Tag: Howard Fuller

Howard Fuller went down to Georgia looking for a party’s soul to heal

A recent protest of Elizabeth Warren’s education plan staged by a group of charter school parents at an event in Atlanta – which happened to include civil rights activist and education reform advocate Dr. Howard Fuller – resulted in a conversation between the senator and the parents that caused quite[Read More…]

Wishing for more strange bedfellows in educational choice

Editor’s Note: This is the tenth and final of a series of posts where various members of the education choice world share an #edchoice wish. For yesterday’s post, CLICK HERE. My wish this holiday season is that this nation re-embrace the concept of “politics makes strange bedfellows,” which used to be a well-known adage[Read More…]

Big changes coming at BAEO

The country’s leading black-led education reform organization could be in for some major changes after 2016. The Black Alliance for Educational Options announced changes were coming in a letter to supporters on Friday, but provided few details on what the future would hold. Howard Fuller, the chairman emeritus of the organization,[Read More…]

School choice and political power: Howard Fuller, podcastED

Note: This is the third in a series of podcast interviews on Nevada’s new education savings account program. We previously spoke with Seth Rau here and Matthew Ladner here. Ever since social justice advocates joined forces with free-market conservatives to create the groundbreaking Milwaukee Parental Choice program in the early[Read More…]