A Back to School Choice Week 2014 roundup

A big thank you to all who helped get the message out about school choice this week.  A number of you shared our blog posts, listened to the podcast, and … ›

Teachers' union opposes law to help the disabled

Sometimes I fall into the trap of believing that teachers’ unions think they have the best interests of the children when they oppose school choice initiatives, but then I remember … ›

PLF's Jonathan Wood will be on Georgia and California radio tomorrow discussing school choice

Tomorrow morning, I’ll be joining the Athens Morning News with Martha Zoller and Tim Bryant at 8:35 eastern (5:35 pacific). We’ll be discussing why school choice benefits students, parents, and … ›

The Back to School Choice Week podcast

This week’s PLF podcast is celebrating Back to School Choice Week.  I discuss a number of cases that PLF is working on to ensure that parents and children have a … ›

One size does not fit all preschoolers

While many of us think the term “cradle to grave government” is a derogatory label, state governments are wearing the title like a badge of honor.  Despite the massive amount … ›

Back to School Choice 2014 — Defending Washington's charter schools law

In November 2012, Washington became the forty-second state to allow charter schools. The Charter Schools Act, adopted by one and a half million Washington voters, authorized the establishment of up … ›

School choice saves money

Government spends $632 billion a year on public schools. That’s almost 20% of all government spending. Although most of the focus of Back to School Choice Week is, rightly, on … ›

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A Back to School Choice Week 2014 roundup

A big thank you to all who helped get the message out about school choice this week.  A number of you shared our blog posts, listened to the podcast, and … ›

Teachers' union opposes law to help the disabled

Sometimes I fall into the trap of believing that teachers’ unions think they have the best interests of the children when they oppose school choice initiatives, but then I remember … ›

PLF's Jonathan Wood will be on Georgia and California radio tomorrow discussing school choice

Tomorrow morning, I’ll be joining the Athens Morning News with Martha Zoller and Tim Bryant at 8:35 eastern (5:35 pacific). We’ll be discussing why school choice benefits students, parents, and … ›

The Back to School Choice Week podcast

This week’s PLF podcast is celebrating Back to School Choice Week.  I discuss a number of cases that PLF is working on to ensure that parents and children have a … ›

One size does not fit all preschoolers

While many of us think the term “cradle to grave government” is a derogatory label, state governments are wearing the title like a badge of honor.  Despite the massive amount … ›

Back to School Choice 2014 — Defending Washington's charter schools law

In November 2012, Washington became the forty-second state to allow charter schools. The Charter Schools Act, adopted by one and a half million Washington voters, authorized the establishment of up … ›

School choice saves money

Government spends $632 billion a year on public schools. That’s almost 20% of all government spending. Although most of the focus of Back to School Choice Week is, rightly, on … ›

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A Back to School Choice Week 2014 roundup

A big thank you to all who helped get the message out about school choice this week.  A number of you shared our blog posts, listened to the podcast, and … ›

Teachers' union opposes law to help the disabled

Sometimes I fall into the trap of believing that teachers’ unions think they have the best interests of the children when they oppose school choice initiatives, but then I remember … ›

PLF's Jonathan Wood will be on Georgia and California radio tomorrow discussing school choice

Tomorrow morning, I’ll be joining the Athens Morning News with Martha Zoller and Tim Bryant at 8:35 eastern (5:35 pacific). We’ll be discussing why school choice benefits students, parents, and … ›

The Back to School Choice Week podcast

This week’s PLF podcast is celebrating Back to School Choice Week.  I discuss a number of cases that PLF is working on to ensure that parents and children have a … ›

One size does not fit all preschoolers

While many of us think the term “cradle to grave government” is a derogatory label, state governments are wearing the title like a badge of honor.  Despite the massive amount … ›

Back to School Choice 2014 — Defending Washington's charter schools law

In November 2012, Washington became the forty-second state to allow charter schools. The Charter Schools Act, adopted by one and a half million Washington voters, authorized the establishment of up … ›

School choice saves money

Government spends $632 billion a year on public schools. That’s almost 20% of all government spending. Although most of the focus of Back to School Choice Week is, rightly, on … ›

A Back to School Choice Week 2014 roundup

A big thank you to all who helped get the message out about school choice this week.  A number of you shared our blog posts, listened to the podcast, and … ›

Teachers' union opposes law to help the disabled

Sometimes I fall into the trap of believing that teachers’ unions think they have the best interests of the children when they oppose school choice initiatives, but then I remember … ›

PLF's Jonathan Wood will be on Georgia and California radio tomorrow discussing school choice

Tomorrow morning, I’ll be joining the Athens Morning News with Martha Zoller and Tim Bryant at 8:35 eastern (5:35 pacific). We’ll be discussing why school choice benefits students, parents, and … ›

The Back to School Choice Week podcast

This week’s PLF podcast is celebrating Back to School Choice Week.  I discuss a number of cases that PLF is working on to ensure that parents and children have a … ›

One size does not fit all preschoolers

While many of us think the term “cradle to grave government” is a derogatory label, state governments are wearing the title like a badge of honor.  Despite the massive amount … ›

Back to School Choice 2014 — Defending Washington's charter schools law

In November 2012, Washington became the forty-second state to allow charter schools. The Charter Schools Act, adopted by one and a half million Washington voters, authorized the establishment of up … ›

School choice saves money

Government spends $632 billion a year on public schools. That’s almost 20% of all government spending. Although most of the focus of Back to School Choice Week is, rightly, on … ›