Tag: Rural School Choice

Texas Republicans are trying to sell school choice measures, but rural conservatives aren’t buying

Editor’s note: This article appeared last week on texastribuneorg. As a Texas school superintendent, Adrain Johnson is no stranger to the struggles small, rural public schools face, from trying to recruit teachers, especially after more than two years of navigating school during a global pandemic, to a general lack of[Read More…]

School choice in Florida’s most rural county

BRISTOL, Fla. – Liberty County is half covered by a national forest. It’s wall-to-wall pine trees. Its only incorporated city has 996 people, and they’re outnumbered by bears. Even here, though, school choice has taken root. Four years ago, a tight-knit family of educators who worked in local public schools[Read More…]