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On December 5, EdChoice will release its sixth annual Schooling in America Survey, which measures public opinion, awareness, and knowledge of K–12 education topics and reforms. Featuring questions that address current issues in K–12 education policy, the survey gauges parents’ schooling experiences and the general public’s views on government spending,
The Cardinal Institute Announces Launch of New Coalition to Promote Education Freedom in the Mountain State!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 28, 2018 PRESS CONTACT: Amanda Kieffer Communications Associate, The Cardinal Institute (304) 541-9551 | email@example.com NEW COALITION TO FOCUS ON EDUCATION REFORM IN WEST VIRGINIA Effort will seek to empower parents with access to additional educational options through community engagement, online resources,
Last week the Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy began releasing their “State of the Mountain State” polling series. The poll covers a variety of topics and will be released over the course of several weeks. This week they released polling results related to education. They found that 80% of
The American Federation for Children, a 501(c)4 that supports education choice policies nation-wide, released their 2017-2018 School Choice Guidebook today. The American Federation for Children believes “choice, innovation and entrepreneurism will revolutionize an antiquated K-12 system into a 21st century model where all children, especially low-income children, have access to a
Recently released was the book entitled Bush-Obama School Reform: Lessons Learned by Frederick M. Hess & Michael Q. McShane. The American Enterprise Institute hosted a panel discussion surrounding the book that you can watch here. The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, known simply as the American Enterprise Institute,
Department of Education gives families of the Mountain State another reason to demand freedom of education choice
2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act expands education freedom for families in the Mountain State! Catholic Education Partners explain in a recent article published on their website.
The EdNext 2018 Poll is still making waves in the news. The Hill discusses the findings of the poll and what they mean for the current political climate that often crusades against education choice and its proponents. The Hill explains that it’s not proponents of educational freedom and choice, such