The PSO Board of Directors play an integral role in the success of PSO and our mission to advocate for parent choice across the country.
September 16Day One: Policy 12:00 PM EDT – Welcome Remarks Governor Asa Hutchinson, ArkansasU.S. Senator Tim ScottColleen Cook, President PSO Board of Directors 12:09 PM EDT – Achieving Parent Power: A Policy Primer Jeanne Allen, Center for Education Reform 12:42 PM EDT – Education Disruption and Innovation During COVID-19 Corey DeAngelis, Reason FoundationKerry McDonald, Foundation…
It’s the first day of school for kids in North Carolina, and wow has it been a doozie.
When schools closed in March due to COVID-19 concerns, many traditional families began experiencing what virtual school families have noted since day 1 — a sigh of relief from their often over-stressed, anxious and exhausted children.
School Starts in the Matter of Weeks and Many Missouri Families Are Still Waiting for Answers — Read Their Stories
Hundreds of families across Missouri still don’t know where or how their child will be attending school in a few short weeks.
It’s 2020 and 56 years since the passage of the Civil Rights Act, and the color line continues to divide us.
Wow, it’s been a week. COVID-19 cases are spiking across the country as the debate around schools reopening heats up.
Department Education Secretary Betsy DeVos expressed her displeasure today with reopening plans put forth by some school districts to offer in-person instruction only a few days a week.
Yesterday’s monumental Supreme Court decision is a huge victory for school choice.
America’s traditional education system has a huge equity problem, and the inequalities between low-income and middle-income and wealthy students became even more apparent when schools shifted their lessons online this spring.