Bobby Jindal, Mike Huckabee, and Rick Santorum addressed conservative Christians, along with 11 other speakers, at the Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing.
At the American Federation for Children policy summit, Gov. Scott Walker discussed how Wisconsin’s education reforms have benefited the state’s children.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) announced his candidacy for the presidency outlying an agenda centered on job creation, family, education & foreign policy.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talk about education savings accounts with Eric Goranson of Iowa Association of Christian Schools and Netanyahu’s speech.
Casey Shutt: The proposed ESA legislation in Iowa accommodates parents to select the education that aligns most closely with their own views.
An education savings account bill with a 12-year roll out that leaves out homeschoolers is in jeopardy in the Iowa House Education Committee over budget concerns.
Virginia Walden-Ford, a leading advocate for educational choice, will keynote the Education Celebration event on March 3rd, 2015 at the Iowa State Capitol.
Parental empowerment is the centerpiece of Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s education platform outlined in a policy paper released by America Next.
The NEA (National Education Association) just spent $550 K on an ad buy against Joni Ernst. They must worried about the outcome of Iowa’s U.S. Senate race.
Caffeinated Thoughts discusses the 2016 presidential race, Common Core, activist judges and a pro-life agenda with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal.
There is a discrepancy between what Mark Jacobs says about Common Core on the campaign trail and what he advocated for before Iowa’s U.S. Senate Race.
(Des Moines, IA) State Representative Chris Hagenow (R-Windsor Heights) has introduced a bill, HF 2090, that would create education savings grant fund that Iowa families can use to send their students to nonpublic school or provide competent private instruction. The amount for the educational savings grant given will be equivalent to the statewide foundation aid […]
Options are a good thing. An important part of the capitalist society is having options and the ability to choose them. However, most Iowans do not have options for educating their children – but they want them! Iowa government schools have been considered good and have strong support from taxpayers. However, achievement has been stagnant […]
A recent Friedman Foundation poll found Iowans approved of school choice measures such as charter schools, school vouchers and education savings accounts.
The South Carolina House and Senate approved the conference committee budget report, which includes a tax-credit scholarship program for students with special needs.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad signed HF 625 which raises the School Tuition Organization tax credit cap from $8.75 to $12 million.