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  • The undeniable efficacy of charter schools

    The undeniable efficacy of charter schools0

    • October 17, 2017

    Two studies were released this month from universities in California that demonstrate the effectiveness of school choice and the need for more options in education.

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  • Moving toward educational savings accounts in Colorado

    Moving toward educational savings accounts in Colorado0

    • September 27, 2017

    Since 2011, five states have adopted some form of ESA program. The idea is now emerging in Colorado. Put simply, ESAs are designed to give parents the flexibility to “tailor” their children’s education to their specific needs by directly providing them with a certain amount of money that can be spent on a wide variety of education-related goods and services — books, materials and non-public school tuition, to name a few.

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  • Caldara’s Newsletter 06-28-17

    Caldara’s Newsletter 06-28-170

    • June 28, 2017

    We are so excited about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the Trinity Lutheran case, and what that could mean for the students in Douglas County and throughout the nation.

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  • The battle is over, and school choice won

    The battle is over, and school choice won0

    • April 18, 2017

    Choice opponents’ protestations, sweeping statements, and heated rhetoric may serve well as a temporary balm for the fact that their rigid vision of education is rapidly fading into the mists of history, but they ultimately cannot slow the inexorable march of educational progress.

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  • Blaine’s Shadow: Politics, Discrimination, and School Choice

    Blaine’s Shadow: Politics, Discrimination, and School Choice0

    • March 29, 2017

    More than three dozen states have some type of Blaine clause in their state constitutions. These problematic clauses prohibit government aid to “sectarian” institutions. Though this language has been euphemized to stand for the “separation of church and state,” such an outlook misinterprets the religious protections outlined in the First Amendment of the United States Constitution

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  • DeVoss should ‘persist’ despite liberal opposition

    DeVoss should ‘persist’ despite liberal opposition0

    • February 21, 2017

    Free-thinking, ambitious, successful women are to be respected and empowered, even if their opinions diverge from those of a specific ideology. We should applaud DeVos’s tenacity in the face of attempts to silence and marginalize her.

    The attacks will no doubt continue. Nevertheless, DeVos should persist.

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