Newspaper Articles – Kellie Slappey

Arkansans Press for More School Choice

School choice proponents hope a new Arkansas charter school will preface even more options for families once lawmakers reconvene in 2015.

Maryland School Officials Will Police What Kids Say on Facebook

In May 2013, Maryland lawmakers passed a cyberbullying law, making it a misdemeanor to use a computer to “inflict serious emotional distress on a minor.”

Illinois Charters Grapple with Bureaucracy, Unions

Charter school lawyers met in Chicago in October to discuss the public school choice movement’s greatest obstacles: Red tape, union opposition, and funding.

Common Core Answers Consume 40,000 Pages

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