School choice allows access to quality education options that best match individual children’s learning needs. Read More.
The D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program (D.C. OSP) has helped hundreds of D.C. schoolchildren leave underperforming public schools to attend schools of their parents’ choice. Read More.
The graduation rate for D.C. students hovers around 60 percent, well below the nationwide average of 74 percent. Math and reading scores are also among the lowest in the country. Read More.
Given the fact that markets outperform monopolies in every aspect of our lives, why do we consign something as important as education to government-run institutions? Read More.
The idea that public education does not have to mean government education was a trailblazing one in the 1950s, when Nobel Prize winning economist Milton Friedman first outlined the idea of school vouchers. Read More.