Home » CER in the News (Page 29)
October 16, 2014
Over the past decade, Wisconsin has spent around $139 million on school vouchers to pay tuition for students attending private schools that were eventually disqualified from the state's program, according to a review by the Wisconsin State Journal. Read more »
October 16, 2014
Want to know how state voucher programs stack up? The Center for Education Reform has the answer. Read more »
October 14, 2014
Utah parents appear to have ample control over their child’s education, the Center for Education Reform reported. Read more »
October 13, 2014
Arkansas ranks #36 out of all U.S. states and the District of Columbia when it comes to giving parents fundamental power over their child’s education. Read more »
October 9, 2014
By Caitlin Emma Politico October 9, 2014 MOVERS AND SHAKERS The Center for Education Reform has elected new officers to its board of directors: Frank Bonsal III, former director of entrepreneurship at Towson University, will serve as chairman; CEO of GSV Capital Michael Moe was elected vice chair; Managing Director of BMO Capital Markets Susan […] Read more »
October 7, 2014
Montana gets an "F" on a certain report card, and it's not the kids, it's the parents access to choice. Read more »
October 6, 2014
When it comes to giving parents fundamental power over their child's education, Colorado ranks 12th in the nation, according to the fifth edition of Parent Power Index. Read more »
October 6, 2014
Vermont recently ranked 45th out of the 51 states and Washington D.C. in a report designed to rank states based on how much power parents have over their childrens' education. Read more »
October 2, 2014
If you think school choice is important, be glad you’re a Hoosier. The Center for Education Reform now ranks Indiana No. 1 on the Parent Power Index, which means parents here have a better chance to choose just the right schools for their children than anywhere else in the nation. Read more »
October 2, 2014
Mississippi ranks 20th on a new study looking at the amount of power parents are allowed to have by states when it comes to their children's education. Read more »