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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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Florida Senate ready to vote on wide-ranging school voucher bill

Legislation that would create publicly funded educational savings accounts to help families pay for private tuition and other expenses sailed through its final Florida Senate committee stop Thursday, reigniting a perennial debate over school choice. School choice is here to stay, Senate President Wilton Simpson, R-Trilby, said minutes after the wide-ranging measure, Senate Bill 48, passed the Senate Appropriations Committee on a party-line vote. The proposal, sponsored by Sen. Manny Diaz Jr., R-Hialeah, could be heard

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