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Empowerment Scholarship Accounts

Arizona Teachers Unions Apparently Fail to Overturn Universal School Choice Reform

Image Courtesy of DepositPhotos A joint release from Center for Arizona Policy Action and Goldwater Institute Teachers’ unions and other opponents of Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESA) have apparently fallen well short of the requisite 118,843 signatures needed to repeal the new law via ballot referendum, thanks to the efforts of the Goldwater Institute, the

Hillsdale College

Conservative college’s curriculum gets foothold in S. Dakota – Associated Press

Photo: Shaun Nielsen stands for a portrait in Sioux Park in Rapid City, S.D. A few days before middle school teacher Shaun Nielsen joined a work group to develop South Dakota’s social studies standards, he got a thick package in the mail. Sent from Hillsdale, Michigan, home to a conservative private college enjoying outsize influence

Teacher Strike

Sacramento teachers strike as Minneapolis walkout continues

Photo: Minneapolis Teachers strike Thousands of teachers and other school workers in Sacramento walked off the job Wednesday as the California capital became the second big U.S. school district this month to see a work stoppage over pay and staffing shortages as a teachers strike in Minneapolis entered its third week. The disputes in Sacramento

Arizona Today with Lyle Rapacki

Arizona Today: Interview with Trevor Loudon, Part 2 (July 2021)

Continuing the discussion from Part 1, Dr. Lyle Rapacki asks Mr. Loudon about Communists in other American institutions. Trevor discusses the educational system, our churches, and many other areas of American life that have been systematically infiltrated.

Education

NH Governor Orders Classrooms Reopen Despite Objections From Teachers Unions

While teachers unions in Democratic enclaves like Chicago and Los Angeles continue to resist a return to classroom instruction, in New Hampshire, Republican Gov. Chris Sununu has had enough. On Friday, he signed an executive order requiring Granite State public schools to get back to class. “Starting March 8, all K-12 schools must provide the option of

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