The policies ExcelinEd supports have the power to impact lives and change futures. Just ask Paula Kennedy, a teacher and the mother of two students who have received Opportunity Scholarships in North Carolina. North Carolina’s Opportunity Scholarship Program was established in 2013 to offer private school tuition scholarships for qualifying students. After two years of […]
This summer, Nevada lawmakers took bold action and created an Education Savings Account (ESA) program to give all parents a say in where their children go to school. And last week, the American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of that program. So much for defending liberties.
MOOCs have a varied level of engagement based on the objective of the participant. So how can we measure success beyond course completions?
My brother is a sports reporter, drives cars held together by NAPA and a prayer, and struggles to make ends meet. But still, he started his kids off with an education that money could not buy.
Indiana’s General Assembly passed several education bills to expand school choice and improve accountability before concluding its state legislative session in late April.
There is no “silver bullet” to change the course of American schools, but we do know a few things that help significantly.
My career was in newspapers. And so I saw our industry grow complacent on astronomical profit margins, making us easy prey for the digital innovators that took our advertisers and readers, and along with them our revenues.
During the 2015 legislative session, Colorado’s leaders made strides in passing innovative education policies to help students prepare for the 21st century economy.
Please raise your hand if you’re ready for the back-to-school craziness to start already.
Mark your calendars to join Dr. Condoleezza Rice and ExcelinEd on October 22-23 for our eighth annual National Summit on Education Reform in Denver, Colorado!