Tag: Blaine Amendments

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Utah becomes the latest battleground in the fight over education savings accounts

The headline: Utah’s largest teachers union filed a lawsuit against the nation’s second most expansive program that allows parents to direct their children’s public education funding.  Driving the news: The Utah Education Association challenged the law just weeks before 10,000 students were expected to start using their Utah Fits All scholarship... READ MORE
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Despite landmark court rulings, ‘Blaine amendments’ keep causing education controversies
Your guide to the intersection of school choice, the courts and the...
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New report shows how Massachusetts could adopt education savings account program
Editor’s note: This commentary from Tim Benson, a policy analyst...
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Proposed federal Title IX rules ripped by DOE’s Diaz, schools in brain health program, and more
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In Espinoza’s wake, is the Blaine bane at risk?
“Like to one more rich in hope.” Twelfth Night, Shakespeare...
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Komer saved the best for last
Bigots spent an enormous amount of effort in the late...
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Court lays to rest age-old debate with Espinoza decision
After more than a century, the U.S. Supreme Court finally...
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Court ruling eases way for public money to go to religious schools, desk barriers, masks and more
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Senate committee’s teacher pay proposal, carrying on campuses, restricting restraints and more
Teacher raises: The Florida Senate Education Committee has released its...
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Espinoza may not be the game changer some are predicting
It seems especially appropriate midway through National School Choice Week...
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Florida’s Blaine amendment leaves many unanswered questions (Part 2)
This is the second of two posts on the judicial...
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