Karla Phillips-Krivickas

Commentary: Prioritize students, not programs when legislating open enrollment

  For 25 years, Arizona’s open enrollment law has allowed families to send their children to any public school they choose, even those outside their local school district. Yet open enrollment has remained out of reach for many students with disabilities. That’s because while the state’s open enrollment law allows[Read More…]

Decisions in the dark

In the two decades that I have been involved in the school choice movement, I’ve seen how choice policies can empower parents to select the school that best fits their child’s needs. But as the mother of a middle school daughter with a disability, I’ve also experienced the difficulty in[Read More…]