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Providing Educational Options for the Poor

In his book, The Beautiful Tree, James Tooley wrote about his discovery of private schools available to very poor families in India, Africa, and China, schools that existed in spite of governments and regulations. Families sacrificed to pay the meager… Continue Reading…

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Families Figure Out That Teachers’ Unions Prioritize Their Own Agendas over that of Children and Families

A story in the Sacramento Bee,” ‘Breaking point.’ Families fleeing Sacramento-area public schools as campuses stay closed,” reveals yet more evidence that teachers’ unions care less about the needs of the children they are supposed to serve than their own… Continue Reading…

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Homeschooling Becomes an Increasingly Favored Option

Despite misgivings people have held about homeschooling over the years, the number of people who view it as a favorable option is higher than the number of those who few it unfavorably according to ongoing polling conducted by Morning Consult… Continue Reading…

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Influential people say take your children out of government schools

Dennis Prager has been telling parents to get their children out of government schools–elementary through college, saying it frequently in recent months on his nationally syndicated radio show. In a recent video interview with Carrie Sheffield of Just the News,… Continue Reading…

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Is It Time to Replace Government Schools?

John Hood’s lengthy article, “The Failure of Amerian Public Education,” provides a helpful recap of the history of public schools in the United States. The rationale for the creation of public schools, including their use as a “melting pot” to… Continue Reading…

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Parents Are Discovering What’s Being Taught in Public Schools

Newsweek ran an article by Abigail Shrier on October 16, 2020 titled, “The Gathering Parent Horror at Public School.” Shrier witnessed her own seven-year-old daughter’s experience of emotional manipulation by a classroom teacher via Zoom. Starting from the premise that… Continue Reading…