Tag: Lindsey Burke

Whether it’s home or schools, the same thing matters: location, location, location

When my husband and I bought our first home as newlyweds, we didn’t think to ask what public schools served the area. We were young, childless, and hyper-focused on our journalism careers, so our concerns centered on ease of commuting to work and shopping. Then there was the fact that[Read More…]

In rebuke to teachers unions, school choice going gangbusters in states

Editor’s note: This commentary from Lindsey Burke, director of the Center for Education Policy at The Heritage Foundation and a redefinED contributor, appears on The Heritage Foundation’s website. School districts are slowly beginning to reopen in-person instruction after being closed for nearly a year – or, in many places, for[Read More…]