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School Shootings Make The Case For School Choice
The Uvalde shooting reflects starkly on our education system as a whole
Kevin Boyd | July 12, 2022
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CNN Slams Libertarian Children’s Books—Causing Sales to Surge
Outlets such as CNN may be opposed to libertarian content, but their opposition is good for business
Kerry McDonald | April 19, 2022
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How To Stop Subsidizing Stadiums: Follow the College Model
The “fundraiser” model for stadium expansion is becoming common among colleges seeking new accommodations for sporting events
Scott Beyer | April 14, 2022
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4 Positive Education Trends to End 2021
The exodus from government-run schooling continues
Kerry McDonald | January 18, 2022
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Many Schools Are Reverting to 2020’s COVID Playbook
It’s up to parents to ensure their children have the normal and free childhood they deserve
Kerry McDonald | January 13, 2022
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Why I Stopped Donating to Harvard, My Alma Mater
For the first time since graduation, I did not donate to either of my alma maters, Harvard or Bowdoin College. Here's why.
Kerry McDonald | December 9, 2021
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Virginian Parents: It’s The Children, Stupid
Virginians vote to protect their kids, not just their bank accounts.
Brady Leonard | December 8, 2021
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Meet the Millions of “Overlooked” Students in the US
Hybrid schools may be able to meet the needs of many of the millions of students exiting or seeking exit from their school system
Eric Wearne | November 24, 2021
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You Don’t Need Qualifications to Homeschool Your Kids
If you can do these three simple things, you’re already qualified to be a homeschooling parent
Hannah Frankman | November 15, 2021