Take A Moment To Save A Child’s Future

Tonight the Metro Nashville Board of Education plans to consider a resolution to oppose “Equal Opportunity Scholarships” legislation that creates vouchers for children who are eligible for free and reduced-price lunch to attend the school of their choice.  The...

Answering Dr. Smrekar

TNSC would like to respond to questions and concerns expressed by Dr. Claire Smrekar, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Education at Vanderbilt University, in a commentary posted on the Score Sheet titled “Why Imperatives Matter: Choice & Democratic...

School Choice In 2011

Lindsey M. Burke and Rachel Sheffield with the Heritage Foundation have put together a nice paper on school choice achievements this year, “School Choice in America 2011:  Educational Opportunity Reaches New Heights.”  It is only 23 pages, but half of that are...

Public Education, Free But Not Freedom

One of the false assertions we hear concerning choice is “public education is crucial to the American melting pot.”   However, forcing such diverse peoples into one learning environment based solely on where they live has dumbed down our ability to education our...

Educational Freedom in Urban America, Part III

We continue with part three of four in our review of Educational Freedom in Urban America: Fifty Years After Brown v. Board of Education edited by David Salisbury and Casey Lartigue Jr.  Part one is available to read Here and part two Here.  Keep in mind we are only...

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