In 1989, Wisconsin became the first state to implement school vouchers for poor families. The program began in the Milwaukee School District in 1990 and expanded to Racine School District in 2011.
This spring, Gov. Scott Walker (R) and state lawmakers introduced proposals to expand these opportunities to more families throughout the State.
“While the budget is being deliberated in the legislature, Governor Walker hopes legislators will recognize the need to give parents choices and...
Friday's ed news
Louisiana lawmakers start figuring how to pay for vouchers after a disappointing state Supreme Court ruling.
The Texas House passes a charter school expansion. One more step to the governor's desk.
South Carolina's Senate will have a close vote on an education tax credit proposal.
A German family seeking asylum in the U.S. to homeschool their kids without being jailed has been denied by a U.S. Court of Appeals.
A quick shot at reversing Common Core hits...
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