University of Arkansas Study: Eliminating or Reducing Louisiana Scholarship Program Funding Will Increase Costs for School Districts
10 solid victories for educational choice, despite well-funded special interest attacks from Tennessee arm of National Education Association.
“America’s Underdogs”—Mini documentary exposes the crisis faced by Native American kids who are the lowest achieving students in the nation
America’s Underdogs: Students in Crisis, released today by the American Federation for Children, takes a hard look at why Native American students are failing across the U.S.
In the battle to fully fund the Louisiana Scholarship Program, parents were front and center as advocates for the program that allows their children to escape underperforming schools by attending the participating private school of their choice. During three legislative sessions, which included two special sessions, parents went to the state Capitol on numerous occasions […]
Jalen Robinson is a perfect example of how needs can change for student during his or her scholastic career. Thanks to the Louisiana Scholarship Program, Jalen went from being recommended for special education to one of the top students in her class at New Orleans’ Good Shepherd School.
“The governor said he would put Louisiana parents and children first. If these cuts go as planned, our children will get the short end of the stick with their futures lying in the balance. We’ve already been there, done that. We cannot sit futilely by and watch this happen to our children all over again.”
Lutheran High School valedictorian Jessica Waddell thanks her mother who insisted she enroll at Lutheran High School.