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The DC Opportunity Scholarship Program
March 8, 2017
Today, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform will consider the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Reauthorization Act. Read more »
Paul Clement
March 7, 2017
A team of Constitutional law experts led by former Solicitor General of the United States Paul Clement has determined that the Kentucky state constitution does not in any way prohibit enactment of a strong charter school law. Read more »
Donald Trump
February 28, 2017
The watchwords in education for the next four years ought to be parental choice and freedom for children to attend a school that meets their needs. Read more »
February 21, 2017
HB520 is a very weak charter bill. Read more »
Paul Clement
February 16, 2017
A team of Constitutional law experts led by former Solicitor General of the United States Paul Clement has determined that the Kentucky state constitution does not in any way prohibit enactment of a strong charter school law. Read more »
January 24, 2017
A ‘coding error’ helped justify a punitive new education regulation. Wall Street Journal Review & Outlook January 22, 2017 President Trump has promised to restore trust and accountability in government. How about auditing the Education Department? During its final days the Obama Administration slipped the news that its College Scorecard repayment rates were inflated, and […] Read more »
January 20, 2017
January 17, 2017 The Ohio Department of Education is refusing to answer questions from The Plain Dealer about why its review last year of the district’s charter school oversight work penalizes the district for technical violations of rules that do not even apply to the district—penalties which lead to the to the district’s oversight being […] Read more »
July 1, 2016
By Ovetta Wiggins Washington Post July 1, 2016 The president of Marylanders to Prevent Gun Violence is doing something she has never done before: organizing volunteers to monitor the state’s Handgun Review Permit Board. The board, which hears appeals from people who have been denied gun permits, is one of at least three in the […] Read more »
July 1, 2016
Charter school sponsors will be spending the better part of July submitting documents for a new evaluation process that some argue is cumbersome and makes it impossible to receive perfect marks. The new evaluation framework – which was created by an advisory panel following a discovery last summer that the previous ratings were being calculated […] Read more »
June 30, 2016
Details about North Carolina's proposed budget that would vastly expand choices for children: Read more »