Florida Politics: When it comes to school choice, ‘haters gonna hate’

Taxpayers are clearly benefiting from education choice, along with Florida families and students. A recent study of the rhetorical intensity of school choice debates by Harvard-educated researcher Jason Bedrick confirms Taylor Swift’s lyrical observation that “haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate.” Bedrick found that any legislative attempt to expand education options to needy families [...]

By |2022-06-02T11:28:05-04:00March 28th, 2022|Press|Comments Off on Florida Politics: When it comes to school choice, ‘haters gonna hate’

Bob Rommel, Sal Nuzzo: Schooling teachers’ unions on workplace freedom

For some union leaders, however, the prospect of change is jarring. Florida has a consistent and laudable record of protecting public employees from union coercion. And the Sunshine State has long ensured that workers, whether in the public or private sector, cannot be fired for withdrawing from a union. But [...]

By |2022-06-02T11:42:00-04:00February 25th, 2022|Press|Comments Off on Bob Rommel, Sal Nuzzo: Schooling teachers’ unions on workplace freedom

Miami’s school-choice partnership will strengthen Florida’s tech economy | Opinion

Florida’s future rests on the rights of parents to choose what schools best fit the needs of their children. We believe that parents, not administrators, should hold the power to decide and to determine where, when, and at what institution their child or children will attend for their education. We [...]

By |2022-06-02T11:44:12-04:00January 31st, 2022|Press|Comments Off on Miami’s school-choice partnership will strengthen Florida’s tech economy | Opinion

Gainesville Sun: Unlikely scholar discovers way to revitalize neighborhoods, schools

Even though he does not always drink Dos Equis, Bart Danielsen is quite possibly the Most Interesting Man in the World of Education Policy today. Or at least the Most Unlikely Man. Danielsen is a business school professor who specializes in real estate. He’s an expert in housing patterns, not [...]

By |2022-06-02T11:49:42-04:00January 18th, 2022|Press|Comments Off on Gainesville Sun: Unlikely scholar discovers way to revitalize neighborhoods, schools

Florida Politics: William Mattox: Making Florida the new ‘promised land’ for education-minded families

Migration to Florida — America’s Promised Land — is being fueled in part by a very interesting factor: school choice. An exodus is underway from New York City and its surrounding environs. Many Jews are leaving the Big Apple and moving to the Sunshine State. And their migration to Florida [...]

By |2022-06-02T12:13:55-04:00January 4th, 2022|Press|Comments Off on Florida Politics: William Mattox: Making Florida the new ‘promised land’ for education-minded families

STATEMENT RELEASE: NEW REPORT ON SCHOOL CHOICE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 4, 2022 CONTACT: Logan Elizabeth Padgett 850-386-3131 JAMES MADISON INSTITUTE RELEASES NEW REPORT ON SCHOOL CHOICE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TALLAHASSEE – The James Madison Institute (JMI) has released a new report entitled Becoming America’s ‘Education Destination’ detailing how universal K-12 scholarships can brighten Florida’s future. The [...]

By |2022-06-02T13:48:17-04:00January 4th, 2022|Statements|Comments Off on STATEMENT RELEASE: NEW REPORT ON SCHOOL CHOICE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Becoming America’s ‘Education Destination:’ How Universal Scholarships Can Brighten Florida’s Future

Click here to read the full policy brief An exodus is underway from New York City and its surrounding environs. Many members of the Jewish community are leaving the Big Apple and moving to the Sunshine State. And their migration to Florida – America’s Promised Land – is being fueled [...]

By |2022-05-27T10:58:15-04:00January 4th, 2022|Publications|Comments Off on Becoming America’s ‘Education Destination:’ How Universal Scholarships Can Brighten Florida’s Future

Florida Politics: Let’s rename Florida’s K-12 scholarships for Mary McLeod Bethune

The timing seems perfect. Should I seek to get a Bright Futures scholarship? It’s one of the first questions that a Florida high school student asks when thoughts turn toward college. And while there are three variations of these scholarships — the Academic, the Medallion, and the Gold Seal Vocational [...]

By |2022-06-02T11:58:45-04:00November 12th, 2021|Press|Comments Off on Florida Politics: Let’s rename Florida’s K-12 scholarships for Mary McLeod Bethune

Heritage: Solving the Civics Crisis Begins at Home

As the election results in Virginia and elsewhere demonstrate, many parents are upset with how American history and civics are being taught in schools. And it’s hard to blame them. Some feel we are tearing down our nation’s past. Others believe we are not doing enough to tell the history [...]

By |2022-06-02T11:59:43-04:00November 10th, 2021|Press|Comments Off on Heritage: Solving the Civics Crisis Begins at Home

STATEMENT RELEASE: JMI Releases New Edition of Celebrate Freedom Civics Curriculum

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 15, 2021 CONTACT Logan Elizabeth Padgett 850-386-3131 JMI RELEASES NEW EDITION OF 'CELEBRATE FREEDOM' CIVICS CURRICULUM TALLAHASSEE – Today, The James Madison Institute (JMI) released the newest edition of its civics education curriculum Celebrate Freedom in partnership with the Tampa Bay Times Newspaper in Education (NIE) and the Florida Press Education Services, [...]

By |2022-06-02T13:51:29-04:00September 15th, 2021|Statements|Comments Off on STATEMENT RELEASE: JMI Releases New Edition of Celebrate Freedom Civics Curriculum
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