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Earlier this year, the Center for Education Reform, a leading advocate for choice programs, released a survey: America’s Attitudes Towards Education Reform.
Though voucher programs tend to receive more attention, more than six in ten students attending private school through an educational choice program are using tax-credit scholarships.
The District’s traditional public school system is sending principals out to knock on doors in a campaign to sell itself to city families, an aggressive move to boost enrollment and maintain market share after years of ceding ground to charter schools.
The Center for Education Reform strongly condemns the lawsuit brought by the Florida Education Association (FEA) against the recent expansion of Florida’s tax credit scholarship program and newly created personal learning scholarship accounts.
The Center for Education Reform applauds school leaders for major gains in the recently released 2014 School Accountability Report issued by the Florida Department of Education.
The state of Michigan was one of the first in the U.S. to boldly embrace charter schools as a way to meet parental demand for more and better educational opportunities, introducing renewed accountability to the public system.