Tag: this week in school choice

The week in school choice: Winning in court

Nevada’s Supreme Court blocked one of the country’s most ambitious educational choice programs, finding its funding mechanism unconstitutional. But in many ways, the outcome is actually a win for the state’s policymakers and thousands of families waiting to use education savings accounts. The ruling could even help bolster the constitutional[Read More…]

This week in school choice: Stop generalizing about charter schools

This week, Nat Malkus of the American Enterprise Institute examined the national debate over charter schools: These political contests hinge on two competing narratives about what charters are and who they serve. Opponents often paint charters as public-privates that skirt public accountability and select the most advantaged students for their schools.[Read More…]