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We have good teachers, data and technology. Yet, we lag in academics. Why?

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, an affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, released its fourth “Leaders & Laggards series, A State-by-State Report Card on K–12 Educational Effectiveness.” 801 more words

Federal Education Policy

An Open Letter to Nashville Families from Dr. Jesse Register

To the families of Nashville,

This week we dropped a big piece of news that left more questions than answers. That’s breeding anxiety among many, so we write today to better explain our ideas and let you know what’s happening over the next several weeks. 1,399 more words

News

We don't need state takeover of schools; we need greater school choice as in HOPE program

Note to readers: Due to a kink, commenting on the new Get Schooled site didn’t work earlier. It is now fixed. (Thanks, Brian.)

Atlanta attorney Glenn Delk has 30 years of experience in education reform efforts, primarily in increasing options and choices for families and their children through charter schools, tuition tax-credit scholarships and other means. 685 more words

Federal Education Policy

2014 Candidate Endorsements/Recommendations

AKA “Better Late Than Never”

Every election season, I’m approached by a lot of people with some version of the question, “who should I vote for?” 936 more words

Congress

Government-Operated School Advocates SUPPORT ESAs Now?

My latest blog post from over at my “day job” at NewsTalk 550 KFYI … in which a “concern troll” seeks to influence your opinion of Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESAs).

Enjoy!

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