Regression, Not Reform: Why SB 1455, an attempted rewrite of virtual education, sets the cause backwards for kids and families

Compromise is the grease that makes our democracy work, but every time SB 1455 reveals a new “compromise” it gets worse for families. Texas has long been in need of reform that increases educational options for families, but the most recent attempt – SB 1455 – is regression, not reform. Unfortunately, the bill recently passed…

Wyoming Capitol Day

For several years straight parents, students, and teachers have gathered at the historic Cheyenne Train Depot to celebrate and support the variety of public school options offered in Wyoming. Last week the tradition was continued as more than 50 people gathered together to hear from the parents who use these public school options and some…

SB 429 Hurts School Choice

by Kyla Anderson, New Mexico Some say politics make strange bedfellows but none could be stranger than the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (NAPCS) throwing their lot in with the very same politicians pushing a bill to cap public charter schools. It happened in my home state of New Mexico, when the supposedly pro-school…

South Carolina Capitol Day

More than 200 parents, students, and teachers rallied in Columbia, South Carolina yesterday to support school choice. Lawmakers nationwide need to trust parents and students to choose the education option that is best for them, Public School Options Board Member Colleen Cook said yesterday at the Annual South Carolina Capitol Day. Cook was joined by…