Jim Kelly, Editor’s Note: This piece was coauthored by Gerard Robinson. During the 2020 election, school choice finally received the national attention it deserves as one of the top civil rights issues of our times. To… Read More »Georgia Shows How School Choice Benefits Both Students and Taxpayers
Gerard Scimeca, If there is one unifying strand that runs through the character of our nation, it is that America loves an underdog. From the Revolution, to Roosevelt, to Rocky, our country has always embraced the… Read More »It’s the Elites vs. the Underdogs in the Battle for Education Choice
Grazie Pozo Christie, Catholic parochial schools have long been lifelines for underprivileged and immigrant children. So, going to the polls this November, Americans who appreciate the enormous individual and societal benefits provided by Catholic parochial schools… Read More »The Crucial Issue of School Choice Is On the Ballot This Election
Young Voices Contributors, Editor’s note: This column was authored by Satya Marar. After sweeping victories this week and on Super Tuesday, it’s becoming inevitable that Joe Biden will score the Democrat presidential nomination. And he’ll owe it… Read More »Black Americans Demand School Choice. Is Joe Biden Listening?
Teresa Mull, Evidence shows school choice—or, as it should be called, “education freedom”—has obvious benefits for society. The expansion of National School Choice Week (NSCW)—the celebration created to spotlight the successes of school choice—is a… Read More »5 Reasons National School Choice Week Keeps Growing