School Choice

$1 Billion Well Spent? You Decide.

DISCLAIMER: This is not a blog against vouchers. We will not be addressing Gardiner or Mckay scholarships, which provide assistance to students with disabilities. This is not a blog against private religious schools (we have friends whose children are...
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More Research Needed: Does this Study Demonstrate the Positive Effects of a Voucher Program or the Negative Effects of Accountabaloney?

In Florida, public schools are graded, almost entirely based on student standardized test scores, and then either rewarded or punished. Test scores are used to make decisions that professional educators used to make: promotion/retention, remediation and,...
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Why Mandate the Construction of Unsafe Substandard Schools?

In 2016, State Representative Erik Fresen (who was employed by Civica, an architectural firm that builds charter schools, and whose brother-in-law runs Academica, the state’s largest, for-profit, charter school management company) spearheaded a...
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