EDCHOICE

EDCHOICE

Indianapolis, IN

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The mission of EdChoice is to promote school choice, to improve, through competition, the quality of K-12 education for all.

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9 UNCONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS LEAVE WITH ACTIONABLE ITEMS

Do you think that Sharpies and Post-it Notes are normal, everyday office supplies? Not the nine project presenters of this year’s inspirational Unconference, sponsored by EdChoice, part of Atlas Network’s 2016 Liberty Forum. Unconference brings a workshop atmosphere to the traditional policy conference — aggregating the wisdom o...

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TOP TEN MOMENTS OF #LIBERTYFORUM2016

Every year Liberty Forum inspires and rejuvenates the individuals in the worldwide freedom movement, and this past weekend was more inspirational than ever. More than anything, there was a palpable connectedness among our partners, our supporters, and various friends and family members. With 58 countries represented, Liberty For...

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CHALLENGE TO MANDATORY CA TEACHER UNION FEES HEARD BY U.S. SUPREME COURT

Freedom of association is a fundamental cornerstone of the ideas of liberty, but mandatory union fees for school teachers have long held many of those teachers captive to an ideological system that they don’t support. The U.S. Supreme Court is currently hearing testimony in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association (CTA), a...

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25 YEARS OF U.S. EDUCATION MEDIA COVERAGE

Americans are more concerned about education quality than they are about poverty, foreign policy, terrorism, national security, race relations, the judicial system, and income inequality, according to a 2014 Gallup survey.

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FRIEDMAN FOUNDATION RELEASES 2015 SCHOOL CHOICE GUIDE

Competitive markets improve the quality and lower the cost of goods and services across the board, but most students in the U.S. education system are stuck in public schools that face little or no competitive pressure. That’s why, 60 years ago, Nobel laureate economist Milton Friedman proposed bringing competitive market princip...

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NATIONAL SCHOOL CHOICE WEEK CELEBRATES EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS

For far too long, the U.S. public education system has left children and parents without options, sometimes trapped in failing schools with nowhere to go, and a bureaucracy geared more to teacher tenure than educational quality. There are a few rays of hope, though, as charter schools, magnet schools, private schools, home schoo...

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