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Public Education
Voters express dissatisfaction with quality of public school education, poll reveals

(The Center Square) – At the Republican primary debate last week, presidential hopefuls disparaged the state of education in the nation, with some candidates advocating for the abolition of the… Read More

August 28, 2023
Public Education
‘Making themselves judge and jury’: Winsome Sears calls out school districts defying parental rights policies

(Daily Caller News Foundation) – Republican Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears of Virginia said Tuesday that school boards who defied parental rights policies were “making themselves judge and jury.” “These are… Read More

August 23, 2023
Opinion
School choice supporter, former Dem Mesha Mainor refuses to use the poor and minorities for political gain

(The Sentinel) – Hypocrisy: claiming to have beliefs to which one’s behavior does not conform – has long been a defining characteristic of many politicians.  But a few brave souls… Read More

August 22, 2023
Public Education
Poll: Battleground state voters, on education, trust Republicans over Democrats

(The Center Square) – Lingering concerns about pandemic learning loss have shifted voter trust on education issues from Democrats to Republicans in four battleground states, including North Carolina. A new… Read More

August 3, 2023
Legislation
Parental rights in education helped Republicans in sweeping Alabama wins

(The Center Square) – Promising protection of the unborn, the Second Amendment and a quest for jobs, Alabama Republican Gov. Kay Ivey led a winning Republican trifecta on Election Day. Read More

November 10, 2022
Legislation
In Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s third term, parental rights and school choice are high priorities

(The Center Square) – Texas Gov. Greg Abbott declared victory in the Rio Grande Valley Tuesday night in McAllen, Texas, winning reelection to his third term. Abbott also declared victory… Read More

November 10, 2022
Public Education
‘Build Our Bench’ initiative gets three conservatives elected to school boards, says there’s more work to be done

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Three conservative candidates in Kansas City’s Northland were elected to school boards earlier this month, much to the credit of a city councilwoman’s mission to get… Read More

April 28, 2022
Public Education
Assembly Republicans try again on education changes

(The Center Square) — It is another round of education changes from Assembly Republicans in Madison. And much like the first time around, the plans are likely doomed. Republicans on… Read More

February 23, 2022