Tag: Hispanics

My school choice wish: Waking the sleeping giant

Editor’s note: This is the sixth post in our school choice wish series. See the rest of the line-up here. by Jason Crye My school choice wish is more children, particularly Hispanic children from low-income and working-class families, have access to educational options that will help them flourish. Unfortunately, statistics show[Read More…]

Affluent and minorities split on school choice

The authors of the latest Education Next-PEPG Survey highlight the growing disconnect between the general public, the affluent and teachers when it comes to sweeping public policies in education. But, just as notably, the results show a wide range of attitudes between the affluent, Hispanics and African Americans when it comes to school[Read More…]