Shane Vander Hart evaluated Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds’ first Condition of the State Address and looked to see how she would separate herself from former Governor Terry Branstad.
Our Iowa GOP readers favor Education Savings Accounts and oppose homeschool reporting, Common Core, and denying open enrollment based on economics.
Are you planning on voting in the Iowa Republican Primary on June 5, 2018? Let us know if you intend to support Kim Reynolds, Ron Corbett, or Steven Ray.
Pioneer Institute released a new education policy study entitled “Homeschooling: The Ultimate School Choice” authored by William Heuer and William Donovan.
Congresswoman Katerine Clark (D-MA) pressed Education Secretary Betsy DeVos whether Christian schools receiving federal funding could ban LGBT students.
A new Gallup Poll shows that 59 percent of Americans support federal funding of school choice programs while only 26 percent oppose.
Shane Vander Hart offers his six takeaways after watching President Donald Trump’s first address to a joint session of Congress.
Shane Vander Hart: A Des Moines Register poll says a majority of Iowans oppose public funds being used for private options, earlier polls suggest otherwise.
There have been several bills filed in the Iowa House and Senate this year dedicated to devolving the power and control the Iowa Department of Education.
The American people were shortchanged if they wanted to hear relevant, substantive questions and answers during Betsy DeVos’ confirmation hearing.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio this week Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss Christian Education and School Choice with Eric Goranson and Lydia Quick and Obamacare with Dr. Lee Heib.
President-elect Donald Trump and his pick for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, called for the elimination of Common Core and expansion of school choice.
Shane Vander Hart this week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio discussed collective bargaining and school choice with Drew Klein with Americans for Prosperity.
Shane Vander Hart: While Betsy DeVos may not have been my first (or second or third or fourth) choice as Secretary of Education I will give her a chance.
Shane Vander Hart grades Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein on education policy as it relates to local & parental control and choice.
Shane Vander Hart looks at the good, the bad and the ugly of the Democratic Party Platform on education approved at the 2016 Democratic National Convention.