Education, School Choice, and Title IX

Parents and students—not government bureaucrats—should make decisions about education. IWF argues for policies that return control of education resources to education consumers, with the understanding that a more vibrant education marketplace will lead to more efficient, innovative learning opportunities. IWF objects to government micromanaging of academia, including their push for a de facto quota system in the name of Title IX.

Recent Articles:

Press Call Advisory: Role of Government in Education and Women's Unique Interest in Improving Education Policy

Fixing or Fudging Teacher Tenure Reform?

Paying Teachers More for Performance

Learning from Teach For America

Should We Put the U.N. in Charge of Children with Disabilities?

Heartland: Organizations Explore Cheap, Home-Based Early Childhood Development

Home-based Early Education Options Growing

New Jersey School Officials Living Large with $300,000+ Meals Tab

New York Lawsuit Seeks to End Teacher Tenure

Champions for Choice Celebrates Education Options

More Common Core Personal Student Data Collection

Should there be achievement benchmarks before teachers get tenure? • The Rick Amato Show

Hotel California 2.0 for LA Teachers Suspected of Misconduct

Common Core Opposition Isn’t Barbarism

One South Carolina University Dumps Gender Studies for American Studies

Common Core’s Global Warming Agenda

The Evidence on School Choice is Elementary: It Works

LIFO Sentence

VA Scandal is Just a Glimmer of the Kind of Government “Service” That’s Coming

War on Parents: Do You Need an FBI Background Check to Volunteer at School?

This Memorial Day Thank a Vet with an ESA

Florida Legislature Passes ESA Legislation

Wyoming is the First State to Reject Common Core Science Standards

Nanny State Lessons From A German Homeschooling Family

Despite all the money we spend on education, why aren't grades improving? • Forbes on Fox

High School Seniors Stagnate on Nation’s Report Card

Welsh Parents Defeat State Plan to Take over Home-schooling

Live Free or Die Ideal Seems Dead in One New Hampshire High School

Bring the Market Back to Student Lending

Should Poor Performers Have Job Security?

Will a "detention fine" bring discipline back to schools? • Forbes on Fox

Blackmailing Charter Schools in Los Angeles

Arkansas Mom Shows How Common Core Math Punishes Correct Answers

Skewering Common Core Math Standards

School Choice Enrollment Soars 25 Percent

Want to Know What Data Schools are Compiling on Your Kids? Cough Up $10,000

What a Wonderful World: You Don't Have to Master a Subject Before Teaching It

What Happens When Government Gets a God Complex?

Blind Bill de Blasio: Are Real Low-Income Families Invisible to Him?

Education improves when parents can bypass clueless bureaucrats • Andy Caldwell Show

Should government be involved in passing bills allowing teachers to spank kids? • Forbes

Zero Tolerance for Valentine’s Day

Universal Government Preschool: Still Waiting for Promised Payoffs Decades Later

California Students Take Teacher Tenure to Court

More Daycare, Less Regulation

Transitional Kindergarten: Government Preschool by Any Other Name Still’s the Same

Universal Preschool: A Bad Idea Of Californian Proportions

More Technical Innovation Please!

What Jefferson Read and Obama Watches

Real Clear Politics: Common Core