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Posted Mar. 22, 2018

My Son Won the Lottery and I Want Every Parent to Get That Phone Call

When the call came in two weeks ago, I thought it might be another spammer. I didn’t recognize the number,…

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Posted Feb. 12, 2018

3 Truths Every Parent Needs to Know About D.C. Public Schools Graduation Scandal

D.C. Public Schools is having a moment. Last month, reporters found out a lot of kids graduated from their high…

By Lane Wright

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Posted Nov. 28, 2017

How Schools Can Save the World from Fake News

I was at a world education conference earlier this month in the tiny Middle Eastern country of Qatar when the…

By Lane Wright

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Posted Oct. 25, 2017

Share Your School Choice Story, Win $15,000

Here at Education Post we’re always trying to spark better conversations around improving our public schools. A big part of…

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Posted Oct. 5, 2017

Closing Bad Schools Can Actually Be Great for Kids When It’s Done Right

Closing bad schools is tough even when it’s the right thing to do. Now, misleading reports on a new study…

By Lane Wright

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Posted Oct. 2, 2017

Bad Schools Are Like Restaurants With Cockroaches, We Like Them Until We Discover the Cockroaches

When I sent my oldest child to school for the first time I wasn’t sure my wife and I had…

By Lane Wright

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Posted Sep. 15, 2017

Kentucky’s 5-Star School Rating System is Poised for Greatness, But They Could Still Screw it up

If Kentucky’s new education plan lives up to expectations, it’s going to get a lot easier to understand how public…

By Lane Wright

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Posted Aug. 15, 2017

Everyone Is Entitled to an Opinion on Charter Schools But Parents Deserve the Final Say

Over the last year we’ve seen the NAACP come out forcefully against charter schools. We’ve seen the Trump administration support…

By Lane Wright

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Posted Aug. 9, 2017

Colorado Is Showing Everyone Up in Funding Its Charter Schools

Can you feel that tension? It’s just about everywhere in this country. A mighty tug of war between traditional public…

By Lane Wright, Michael Vaughn

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Posted Aug. 2, 2017

Kentucky’s Schools Are Getting Better, But Black and Poor Students Are Still Falling Behind

In recent years, Kentucky’s public schools have found themselves in a classic good-news, bad-news situation. The good news: Over the…

By Lane Wright

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Posted Sep. 17, 2018

My Parents Didn’t Make It Past the Third Grade. I’m Working to Change That for Families in San Antonio.

My personal story begins with my family. I was born the youngest of seven children to a migrant farming family. My parents’ education did not…

By Arnold Hernandez

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Posted Sep. 17, 2018

There Are Charter Schools Run By the Community and For the Community

Three decades since the passage of the first charter school law, this movement of extreme promise has fallen out of favor with many of its…

By Steven Zimmerman

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Posted Sep. 18, 2018

Donors Choose, Except When They Can’t

DonorsChoose.org, an organization that allows teachers to request classroom supplies and experiences for their students, is guilty of discriminating against parochial and private schools. At…

By Erika Sanzi

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