School Choice


The Progressive Case for K–12 Open Enrollment

How Democrats in blue states can lead the way on school choice
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ESA Expansion Underscores Urgent Need for School Finance Reform

Let more money follow students, rather than staying with school districts for students they no longer serve.
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Success of Educational Choice Laws Will Depend on Implementing Them with Excellence

Competence, clear, consistent rules, and communication will ease ESA transformation
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Oklahoma’s Approval of America’s First-Ever Religious Charter School Is Cause for Celebration

Religious pluralism, Free Exercise Clause of First Amendment outweigh concerns of critics
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What Is an Education Savings Account, and Why Does It Matter?

A potentially promising shift from “school” choice to “educational” choice
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“High Schools Are Launching Pads, Not Destinations”

GEO network, with schools in Indiana and Louisiana, aims for "K-14 and K-16 results with K-12 dollars"


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