Jonathan Butcher

Biden administration and special interest groups played politics instead of getting kids back to school

(reimaginED) – On Sept. 1, U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona claimed that the Biden administration had a plan to “focus on safely getting back to…

Close enough in education choice no longer good enough after recent progress

(reimaginED) – Those defending discrimination in education received a well-deserved comeuppance last month—from two quarters. The first, a lesson in constitutional law, matches nicely with…

West Virginia businesses investing in innovative education options

With rising inflation and a stock market on the rocks, any big investment is worth watching. And with researchers reporting poor returns on student achievement…

Time to help South Carolina students dream big with school choice

(reimaginED) – South Carolina parents and students are ready for summer. In Greenville, high schools like Eastside and Riverside held their graduations last week. Charter…

South Carolina lawmakers must finish job of creating options for K-12 students

(reimaginED) – Horse racing, teacher raises, and a budget flush with cash. South Carolina lawmakers have plenty to debate before the legislative session ends June…

School choice offers hope to Oklahoma students, families

(reimaginED) – Oklahoma parent Kelly Shank says that if her youngest son had anything to say about it, he would not socialize at all. Now…