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CER’s Latest Action Series Covered in the Boston Globe
June 10, 2020

Two Catholic school superintendents who serve over 100,000 combined students - most of them from marginalized communities shared the urgency of Saving Catholic Schools in the most recent episode of our COVID ACTION Series - Saving Catholic Schools: What's Happened & Why it's Important.

Today at Scotus
January 22, 2020

Special CER News Alert: Today's Coverage of Espinoza V. Montana Dept of Revenue

TIME – Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue
January 21, 2020

CER IN THE NEWS January 21, 2020 Friends, We are one day away from the most significant Supreme Court case involving education in over 60 years – Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue.  As we all continue to work hard to spread lead plaintiff Kendra Espinoza’s important story, we are sharing a new piece co-written […]


Press Releases

What happens after Espinoza?
July 7, 2020

37 states ban state aid to religious schools. Are these laws now unconstitutional?

WASHINGTON, D.C. — This week, the Supreme Court decided the most important education case in decades. Next week, please join the Center for Education Reform (CER) in a webinar about the implications of this case.

BREAKING: The Supreme Court Just Struck Down Discrimination in Education
June 30, 2020

The decision of the Supreme Court in favor of the plaintiff in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue validates a parent’s constitutionally protected right to direct the education of their children.

BREAKING: Arizona Leads Way for School Innovation
June 25, 2020

Today, Arizona once again proved why it understands innovation, especially in this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, is critical. A for Arizona’s Expansion and Innovation Fund, focused on serving Arizona’s most vulnerable students with the highest quality schools, was awarded $1 million from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEERs) fund through federal CARES Act monies. The funds will provide micro grants to proven innovative K-12 schools which have reimagined how best to serve their at-risk, low-income students in the 2020-2021 school year.