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Louisiana school voucher program makes C on Center for Education Reform report card; state bristles
August 28, 2014

Louisiana's high-profile school voucher program made a C on a national report card Wednesday, ranking seventh among 15 states.

Report: Indiana Has Top School Voucher Program In The U.S.
August 27, 2014

A new report says Indiana has the best school voucher program in the country, though the report probably will not silence the critics of school choice.

Report ranks Indiana No. 1 in school voucher programs
August 27, 2014

Indiana has taken the top spot in a report that focuses on school voucher programs.

Press Releases

New Education Policy Analysis Indicates Implementation is Key to Success
August 27, 2014

First Edition of Voucher Laws Across the States Ranking & Scorecard Offers Roadmap for Policymakers CER Press Release Washington, D.C. August 27, 2014 Out of 14 states and the District of Columbia that have voucher programs, three earn A’s, three earn B’s, seven earn C’s, and two earn D’s on a new ranking and analysis […]

Local Leaders Join Forces to Accelerate Education Reform
August 21, 2014

Gina Guarino Buli, Will Cain, Andrew Campanella, Julie Collier, Colleen Dippel, Katie Duffy and Wendy Miller launch advisory board to The Center for Education Reform CER Press Release Washington, D.C. August 21, 2014 The Center for Education Reform (CER) announced today the launch of the Grassroots Advisory Board (GRAB). Comprised of like-minded individuals from across […]

D.C. Charter Schools Take Bold Stand Against Inequity
July 30, 2014

Leaders Take Necessary Action To Ensure Charter Law Is Followed CER Press Release Washington, D.C. July 30, 2014 In federal court Wednesday, charter school leaders in the District of Columbia took action by filing a lawsuit against the persistent underfunding of charter schools that for too long has plagued the D.C. public school system. The […]