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2016 Highlights Battles Ahead for Choice Schooling

Kevin Glass, The biggest narrative coming out of the toplines of the 2016 election is that Americans voted for change. When it comes to traditional K-12 education, though, many voters showed they’re voting for some of the same status-quo policies that have left so many American parents and children behind. In Massachusetts and Georgia, two

160 black leaders slam NAACP, ‘civil rights’ group’s opposition to more school choice

Victor Skinner, WASHINGTON, D.C. – A group of more than 160 black leaders is demanding that the NAACP call off its planned push for national moratorium on charter schools by highlighting the benefits of school choice for black families. The NAACP, a self-described “civil rights” group, in July announced plans to call for a national