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How Conservatives Can Lead on K-12

After the lockdowns of 2020, America’s schools face tall tasks and challenges from critiques. Students are falling behind in their studies and scoring lower on standardized testing, while the problems before the pandemic have only grown. Frederick Hess diagnoses the current state of education and how conservatives can finally take the lead on K-12 education and promote a better system.

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America’s School Choice Moment Can’t Be Missed at Midterm Elections

With the midterm elections on the horizon, the movement for school choice has become front and center in the public discourse. With the growing popularity of school choice and Governors across the nation taking action, there has never been a better time to address the topic than now. Parental Right advocates must capitalize on this moment ripe for reform, particularly regarding school choice.

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School choice expansion offers new opportunities for teachers

While detractors believe school choice hurts teachers, this opinion piece in The Hill pushes back against this narrative with a collection of success stories from teachers directly tied to school choice. Collen Hroncich of the CATO institute discusses the positive impacts of school choice on everyone involved in the educational process, from the students to the teachers and parents.

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