Tag: school boards and vouchers

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redefinED roundup: school choice and the courts, voucher growth in Indiana & more

Oklahoma: The state supreme court tosses out a lawsuit challenging a voucher program for special needs students, saying the two school districts that filed suit did not have standing (The Oklahoman). Indiana: The state supreme court hears arguments over the constitutionality of the state’s fledgling voucher program (Indianapolis Star). Enrollment... READ MORE
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School choice on the school board
In our Florida roundups this week, we neglected to mention...
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Agonizing over Amendment 8
Our preoccupation these days with a Florida amendment removing the...
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redefinED roundup: Voucher possibilities in Tennessee, voucher phantoms in Florida and more
Tennessee: A task force appointed by Gov. Bill Haslam leaves no doubt...
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Down the rabbit hole on Florida’s Amendment 8
It’s concerning enough that Florida education reporters are overlooking basic facts about Amendment 8...
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The disappointing “he-said” coverage of Florida’s Amendment 8
There are times when it’s appropriate for a journalist to...
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New school board member in Florida to push for vouchers, charters – and clones
If you need any more proof that the political coalition...
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Once again: Florida’s Amendment 8 is NOT about private school vouchers
Editor’s note: This op-ed appeared in today’s Tampa Bay Times. Few public...
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In Florida, another school board candidate who backs expanded school choice
It’s rare to find strong school choice advocates on local...
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redefinED roundup: Voucher defense in Louisiana, charter school waiting list in Florida and more
Louisiana: School choice groups join the state in defending the...
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