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.
Grades and Self-Esteem
Different Rules for the Ruling Class
Who Knew About Title IX Abuse? We Did.
No, Education Advocates Aren’t All Cheering Obama’s Plans
Obama’s Underperforming Preschool Plan
Vicki Alger discusses universal preschool on the Bill Cunningham Show
Mr. Preschool President
Promises Obama Can’t Keep
Colorado Should Expand Its School Choice
Want to Grow the Middle Class? Expand Education Options for All
Stuck in the Middle Again…
San Antonio Students, Parents Fight for Students’ Privacy Rights in Schools
Uncertain Future for New Hampshire Charter Schools
Young Americans Out of Work at Record Levels
Safety Opportunity Scholarships, a Better Way to Keep Oklahoma Students Safe at School
Peeking Behind the Proposed Teacher Bar Exam
Innovation at Risk
Competition is the Key to Quality Teaching
Taking School Safety Seriously in Oklahoma
Parents, Not Presidents, Should Be the Real Arbiters of Education Policy
Florida Sets Lower Academic Standards for Some Minority Students
How Would a Parent Spend $4,000 Worth of Education Funds?
Teachers Union Charter School Stalls
Expanding Educational Options with Education Savings Accounts
American Student Gains “Hardly Remarkable by World Standards”
Common Core Hoo-Hah
Julie Gunlock discusses school lunch reform on NPR's Tell Me More
The Teachers Union Doth Protest Too Much, Methinks
Serious Film about a Grim Reality
Don't Regulate Individual Decisions
Teachers Unions Fight Back Over “Won’t Back Down”
Milwaukee Public School Buildings Remain Empty, Costing Taxpayers
The Civil Rights Struggle of Our Day
Obama Say He Pays Taxes So Other People’s Children (Not His) Can Go to “Great” D.C. Public Schools
Morning After Pill Now Available to NYC High Schoolers
Number of Indiana Voucher Students Doubles
Parental Choice Now Would Mean More College-Ready Students Tomorrow
Encouraging Success or Slacking Off?
Parents, Not More Government Paper Tigers, Would Put Real Teeth into School Safety Policies
“Second Class” or Head of the Class?
Will the Real “Education” Presidential Candidate Please Stand Up?
Breaking Up Over “Won’t Back Down”?
Celebrating Labor Day Chicago Style
Parental Choice, Not Race-Based Mandates, Promote Safe Schools Conducive to Learning
New York Voucher Program Boosts College Enrollment among African American Students
Sacramento Politicians Putting their Heads in the Sand over Teacher Quality
Louisiana Supreme Court Blocks Unions’ Attempt to Stop Voucher Program
Time to fix higher education
The High Price Taxpayers Pay for “Free” Government-Run Schools
Milwaukee Schools Get Creative because of Competition for Students