Results from Tag: 'school choice'
The June 30 decision overturns the longtime prohibition of state-funded scholarships and vouchers for tuition assistance at Catholic and other faith-based schools.
COMMENTARY: Espinoza is about more than righting the ugly past of anti-Catholicism. It’s about our present and future.
EDITORIAL: After more than a century on the books in more than 30 states, this restrictive legislation needs to go.
Following Jan. 22 oral arguments in Espinoza v. Montana, school-choice proponents expressed optimism that the high court will rule in their favor .
According to the Department of Education, the tax credit program could mean “a historic investment in America’s students, injecting up to $5 billion yearly into locally controlled scholarship programs that empower students to choose the learning environment and style that best meets their unique needs.”
The Trump administration’s proposal would make Catholic schooling more accessible, but it raises concerns about federal overreach.
President Trump restates his commitment to school choice, but a variety of factors may determine whether Catholic schools thrive in any reform.
The president visited St. Andrew Catholic School in Orlando, Florida, March 3, to discuss school choice.