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 […]
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 […]
It’s not often two books come out at roughly the same time that, together, provide a true glimpse at the critical and largely unknown story of how the modern day education reform movement came to be.
Last year, public education funding in the United States eclipsed the $600 billion mark for the first time.
A second-grader in a Middletown, N.Y., school furrows her brow, searching her keyboard to find that funny number sign for her password. A third-grader holds her Chromebook aloft, hoping to speed the connection to a wireless router.
Under the guise of “equality,” the United States Department of Justice is waging a campaign to slam the schoolhouse doors on thousands of poor children living in states that have decided to give them the same educational options enjoyed by wealthy families.
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