Legislation, OpinionHow biased is your state’s charter law against rural students?
Variety is the spice of life, and policymakers created charter schools to inject a bit of pluralism into the K-12 space. Sadly, a combination of factors, including a lack of… Read More
July 12, 2022
Christian SchoolsPrivate Education is Not Just for the Wealthy: Challenges and Opportunities for Christian Education in Rural Communities
16,380 hours. I did the math. This large, overwhelming number equals the sum of hours my children would spend in a K-12th grade classroom. I felt a little overwhelmed by… Read More
August 6, 2021