An op-ed in the Wichita Eagle regarding school choice prompts uninformed and misinformed comments.
Posts tagged as “School choice”
The Project Wichita survey is about to end. Will it have collected useful data?
Conservatives and liberals alike are fearful about expanded school choice in Kansas, but will it really kill the public schools?
Is the state's leading expert on school funding truly knowledgeable, or is he untrustworthy?
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: James Franko of Kansas Policy Institute joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn. Topics are the new Kansas school finance bill and the new tax bill.
Author and former Wichitan Shari Howard McMinn discusses her new book on adoption and her experiences with homeschooling.
Kansas Policy Institute Dave Trabert joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to discuss the Kansas economy, budget, and schools.
A letter in the Wichita Eagle illustrates harmful attitudes and beliefs of the public school establishment.
James Franko of Kansas Policy Institute joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to discuss education in Kansas and the state budget.
Co-host Karl Peterjohn joins Bob Weeks to discuss a few big developments in Kansas politics, school choice, and civil asset forfeiture.
Critics of school choice say there is no accountability outside the traditional public schools. Here are the standards Kansas used to hold its schools accountable.
Kansas non-profit executives work to deny low-income families the school choice opportunities that executive salaries can afford.
Here are highlights from Voice for Liberty for 2016. Was it a good year for the principles of individual liberty, limited government, economic freedom, and free markets in Wichita and Kansas?
Decoding and deconstructing communications from KNEA, the Kansas teachers union, lets us discover the true purpose of the union.
Explaining to Kansans what the teachers union really means in its public communications.
Could a President Trump bring more school choice to Kansas?
Wichita sells a hotel, more subsidy for downtown, Kansas newspaper editorialists fall for a lobbyist's tale, how Kansas can learn from Arizona schools, and government investment.
Arizona shows that Kansas is missing out on an opportunity to provide better education at lower cost.
Opponents of school choice programs argue the programs harm traditional public schools, both financially and in their ability to serve their remaining students. Evidence does not support this position.
Is it true that some Kansas schoolchildren have no hope of attending a private school? What’s wrong with government schools? Then a talk on "Rethinking Education Tomorrow Starts with Understanding Outcomes Today."