The Blue Ribbon Commission has proposed some valid ideas, but do not go far enough if we truly want to transform education funding in Wisconsin.Read More
Despite the claims of extensive cost to property-tax payers, it is important to note that the voucher programs, in aggregate, represent a savings to the state of Wisconsin.Read More
Along with having fewer students with disabilities, citywide specialty schools have a lower share of non-white students.Read More
These results ought to make clear that school choice, whether it is private schools in the choice program or public charter schools, is making an important difference in the lives of Milwaukee students.Read More
In both mathematics and English/language arts, charter schools continue to outperform their other public school peers.Read More
Rather than under-regulation, problems in the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (MPCP) likely result from too many regulations being forced on private schools.Read More
While Evers may come off much like a friendly grandfather—affable and harmless—it is important to recognize that he represents a threat to school choice in Wisconsin, even more so than previous Democrat gubernatorial candidates.Read More
Parent satisfaction with SNSP schools greatly exceeds that for traditional public schools on every category of the survey.Read More
The claims made by Straus vary in their legitimacy, but some are so far afield from what serious research has found that they need to be soundly refuted.Read More
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Many U.S. leaders agree-families should choose what education option best fits their children's needs. Can't wait for the NBF, Hispanics for School Choice, @SchoolChoiceWI, @WILawLiberty, @SchoolChoiceNow & @AFPWI Capitol Rally in honor of School Choice!
Great work @badgerinstitute @WILawLiberty on your 'Primer on Occupational Licensing'. More proof that my Sunrise Review bill needs to be passed, which creates a process to review the impact of newly proposed regulations before they are enacted.