National School Choice Week is underway, and families across the country are celebrating and participating in a variety of events. National School Choice Week (NSCW) shines a spotlight on effective education options for […]
On November 19, 2020, the following amicus brief was accepted by the Supreme Court of Wisconsin in the case Wisconsin Council of Religious and Independent Schools v. Henrich. APF joined the Liberty Justice Center, […]
On July 6, 2020, I hosted Choice Media‘s Story of the Day for Instagram. The article I chose to discuss is “Parents are opting to home school their children because of COVID-19, but experts say […]
Parents and students in Montana and across the country achieved a big win on June 30. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue that states cannot exclude religious […]
Join your Anchorage community for a FREE family barbecue in the park! There will be exciting activities for all ages complete with food, face-painting, obstacle courses, and more! While you’re having fun in […]
Here is a great article recently posted on the national EdChoice website. We agree that we should say, “thank you for your service” by giving military families access to the educational choice options […]
Military families have greater challenges than most when it comes to finding the best K12 education for their kids. And active duty families favor school choice overwhelmingly–75%.
The recently-released PEAKs student test scores should be eye-opening for parents, students and every Alaskan who values public K-12 education. Unfortunately, these recent test scores are not just an anomaly; they are further […]
Steve Jobs strongly favored school choice (vouchers) for every child as a means to improve educational opportunity for all. He believed that competition from “vouchered” schools would make the public schools either improve […]
Chicago schools ban “unhealthy” food brought from home. Father doesn’t know best, principals do.
School vouchers lead to statistically significant improved graduation rates and increased reading achievement in DC public schools. Low income minority students can and do achieve when given the chance.