An Imperfect But Promising First Step

School choice Senate Bill 2025 is a promising, if imperfect first step to empowering the neediest students in Tennessee.  As the Chattanoogan article states online (full article HERE): The compromise bill, Senate Bill 2025, would give low-income students in the bottom...

Lessons From Florida

In February of this year (2011) the Foundation for Educational Choice and the Tennessee Center for Policy Research released a study, Lesson for Tennessee from Florida’s Education Revolution.  It is very easy to read and if you take out the graphs it is only about 11...

Sharing “Logic” With The Jacksonsun

On November 13, 2011 the Jacksonsun.com posted an editorial, “Go slow on public school voucher recommendations” which is available to read in full Here.  (We suggest reading the article so the copious amounts of snark to follow make sense.)  The Jacksonsun.com argues...

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...

Mom Jailed For Better School

Some say an Ohio woman’s quest for a better school for daughters went too far. We at TNSC say it is a shining example of why we need school choice through the voucher/free market system. There was no real crime here, much less a felony – only monopoly control...

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