If you have a federal student loan, your private information is in danger.Read More →
By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog
A bill that would create education savings accounts seeded with Mississippi taxpayer money for parents of children with special needs could open the door for more specialized educational opportunities.
Senate Bill 2695 passed its first big test Tuesday after the Mississippi Senate Education Committee passed the bill to the Senate for a […]
Teachers and staff at the Franklinton Preparatory Academy, a charter school in Columbus, want to join a union. But some think that’s a bad idea that defeats the whole point of charter schools.Read More →
As incubator of the nation’s first charter schools in 1991, Minnesota earned a reputation as an educational innovator. Twenty years later, however, the state still consistently reports one of the biggest achievement and graduation rate gaps for minority students in the nation.Read More →
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON, Wis. – It’s like living under a cloud.
That’s how Jim Bender, president of School Choice Wisconsin, feels about a seemingly never ending, “ongoing investigation” by the U.S. Department of Justice into the state’s parental choice, or school choice, program.Read More →
An Oklahoma lawmaker is pushing for education savings accounts that will put a portion of per-student money into a fund parents can use for private schools, tutors and even higher education.Read More →