Anaheim school district soon to be in court

Last year, PLF and Parent Revolution joined forces to support a group of elementary school parents who were sued by the Anaheim school district. What did the parents do to warrant … ›

School Choice Week podcast

This week’s Courting Liberty podcast is all about school choice. I am joined on the podcast by Wencong Fa. As PLF’s leading school choice litigators, we discuss the history of school … ›

Public schools need reform, not more money

In the recent confirmation hearing held for Betsy DeVos, President Trump’s pick for Secretary of Education, Democrats fulminated over public school funding. “Can you commit,” Senator Patty Murray asked, “that … ›

Welcome to School Choice Week 2017

This is the sixth consecutive year that PLF is happy to celebrate School Choice Week with our friends across the country. School choice embodies the simple proposition that parents know … ›

Wrapping up National School Choice Week 2016

Thank you for joining us and helping to spread the word about school choice. National School Choice Week was a huge success. So many wonderful organizations got involved, not to mention the … ›

The virtue of school choice

For National School Choice Week, it’s important to remember why choice is so valuable today. Consider the following hypothetical: Suppose you have school-age children, and your local public school is … ›

Hope for Washington's charter schools

National School Choice Week has special meaning this year in Washington, where lawmakers are fighting to save Washington’s charter schools. In 2012, Washington voters passed the state’s first charter school act. The state … ›

School choice programs can help alleviate inefficiency in education

Many of the largest school districts in the United States spend an exorbitant amount of money on education. Newark, New Jersey spends over $30,000 per student, while New York City … ›

Scrap tires and school choice

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a religious liberty case that may bear on the success of school choice across the country. The case doesn’t directly involve school choice. It’s about scrap tires … ›

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Anaheim school district soon to be in court

Last year, PLF and Parent Revolution joined forces to support a group of elementary school parents who were sued by the Anaheim school district. What did the parents do to warrant … ›

School Choice Week podcast

This week’s Courting Liberty podcast is all about school choice. I am joined on the podcast by Wencong Fa. As PLF’s leading school choice litigators, we discuss the history of school … ›

Public schools need reform, not more money

In the recent confirmation hearing held for Betsy DeVos, President Trump’s pick for Secretary of Education, Democrats fulminated over public school funding. “Can you commit,” Senator Patty Murray asked, “that … ›

Welcome to School Choice Week 2017

This is the sixth consecutive year that PLF is happy to celebrate School Choice Week with our friends across the country. School choice embodies the simple proposition that parents know … ›

Wrapping up National School Choice Week 2016

Thank you for joining us and helping to spread the word about school choice. National School Choice Week was a huge success. So many wonderful organizations got involved, not to mention the … ›

The virtue of school choice

For National School Choice Week, it’s important to remember why choice is so valuable today. Consider the following hypothetical: Suppose you have school-age children, and your local public school is … ›

Hope for Washington's charter schools

National School Choice Week has special meaning this year in Washington, where lawmakers are fighting to save Washington’s charter schools. In 2012, Washington voters passed the state’s first charter school act. The state … ›

School choice programs can help alleviate inefficiency in education

Many of the largest school districts in the United States spend an exorbitant amount of money on education. Newark, New Jersey spends over $30,000 per student, while New York City … ›

Scrap tires and school choice

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a religious liberty case that may bear on the success of school choice across the country. The case doesn’t directly involve school choice. It’s about scrap tires … ›

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Anaheim school district soon to be in court

Last year, PLF and Parent Revolution joined forces to support a group of elementary school parents who were sued by the Anaheim school district. What did the parents do to warrant … ›

School Choice Week podcast

This week’s Courting Liberty podcast is all about school choice. I am joined on the podcast by Wencong Fa. As PLF’s leading school choice litigators, we discuss the history of school … ›

Public schools need reform, not more money

In the recent confirmation hearing held for Betsy DeVos, President Trump’s pick for Secretary of Education, Democrats fulminated over public school funding. “Can you commit,” Senator Patty Murray asked, “that … ›

Welcome to School Choice Week 2017

This is the sixth consecutive year that PLF is happy to celebrate School Choice Week with our friends across the country. School choice embodies the simple proposition that parents know … ›

Wrapping up National School Choice Week 2016

Thank you for joining us and helping to spread the word about school choice. National School Choice Week was a huge success. So many wonderful organizations got involved, not to mention the … ›

The virtue of school choice

For National School Choice Week, it’s important to remember why choice is so valuable today. Consider the following hypothetical: Suppose you have school-age children, and your local public school is … ›

Hope for Washington's charter schools

National School Choice Week has special meaning this year in Washington, where lawmakers are fighting to save Washington’s charter schools. In 2012, Washington voters passed the state’s first charter school act. The state … ›

School choice programs can help alleviate inefficiency in education

Many of the largest school districts in the United States spend an exorbitant amount of money on education. Newark, New Jersey spends over $30,000 per student, while New York City … ›

Scrap tires and school choice

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a religious liberty case that may bear on the success of school choice across the country. The case doesn’t directly involve school choice. It’s about scrap tires … ›

Anaheim school district soon to be in court

Last year, PLF and Parent Revolution joined forces to support a group of elementary school parents who were sued by the Anaheim school district. What did the parents do to warrant … ›

School Choice Week podcast

This week’s Courting Liberty podcast is all about school choice. I am joined on the podcast by Wencong Fa. As PLF’s leading school choice litigators, we discuss the history of school … ›

Public schools need reform, not more money

In the recent confirmation hearing held for Betsy DeVos, President Trump’s pick for Secretary of Education, Democrats fulminated over public school funding. “Can you commit,” Senator Patty Murray asked, “that … ›

Welcome to School Choice Week 2017

This is the sixth consecutive year that PLF is happy to celebrate School Choice Week with our friends across the country. School choice embodies the simple proposition that parents know … ›

Wrapping up National School Choice Week 2016

Thank you for joining us and helping to spread the word about school choice. National School Choice Week was a huge success. So many wonderful organizations got involved, not to mention the … ›

The virtue of school choice

For National School Choice Week, it’s important to remember why choice is so valuable today. Consider the following hypothetical: Suppose you have school-age children, and your local public school is … ›

Hope for Washington's charter schools

National School Choice Week has special meaning this year in Washington, where lawmakers are fighting to save Washington’s charter schools. In 2012, Washington voters passed the state’s first charter school act. The state … ›

School choice programs can help alleviate inefficiency in education

Many of the largest school districts in the United States spend an exorbitant amount of money on education. Newark, New Jersey spends over $30,000 per student, while New York City … ›

Scrap tires and school choice

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a religious liberty case that may bear on the success of school choice across the country. The case doesn’t directly involve school choice. It’s about scrap tires … ›