- Eric Holcomb wins reelection as Indiana governor
- Nov 4, 10:03 AM: He signed laws for more abortion restrictions, funding for school choice and expanded gun rights, while funding infrastructure investments and spending taxpayer dollars to bring businesses and jobs to Indiana.
- Mark Robinson to be NC’s first Black lieutenant governor
- Nov 4, 10:00 AM: Robinson, a conservative, supports school choice and giving parents the right to have options for their children’s education.
- Sex education Referendum 90 passes in Washington state election results
- Nov 4, 9:48 AM: Washington school districts will be required to teach sexual health education to most students under a referendum approved Tuesday.
- Republicans maintain majority on Texas education board with three seats too close to call
- Nov 4, 9:46 AM: Democrats targeted three seats on the Republican-dominated board, and had a lead in one of them early Wednesday morning.
- Parent-activist Hine on path to win at-large Pinellas School Board seat
- > Nov 4, 9:38 AM: Hine, 45, had strong endorsements from within the education community and garnered support from many prominent Democrats. She built her campaign on the need to bolster the public schools, pointing to her own efforts to help North
- Republican Spencer Cox Wins Utah Governor’s Race
- > Nov 4, 9:18 AM: The pandemic will be a priority once he takes office. “First and foremost our focus will be on the continued coronavirus response, to getting us back to normal. And then it really is all about educational opportunity for everyone
- Catherine Truitt wins NC Superintendent of Public Instruction race
- Nov 4, 8:21 AM: Republican Catherine Truitt has defeated Democrat Jen Mangrum to become North Carolina’s Superintendent of Public Education.
- Opinion: Democrats must stand up for working families and school choice
- > Nov 3, 9:29 AM: It’s no secret that many Latinos support and want school choice, and yet Democrats continue to acquiesce to special interests that would negate working class families an opportunity to provide the best quality education for their
- Opnion: Students Will Be an Afterthought under Biden
- > Nov 3, 9:18 AM: For Education secretary, Joe Biden is reportedly considering both Randi Weingarten, the president of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), and Lily Garcia, who headed the National Education Association (NEA) for six years
- Jeanne Allen: Great Education Should Have No Enemies - Charter Schools In The 2020 Election
- > Nov 2, 11:00 AM: Parents are not interested in whether some idyllic vision of public education is met. They, not governments, should decide what’s best for their children. Parents don't ask if their charter is managed by tax-paying companies any
- Campaign for sales tax raises $1.7 million as charter school advocates join in support
- > Nov 2, 8:11 AM: Volunteers wave signs supporting the half-cent sales tax for schools while standing on the sidewalk near the early-voting site in San Marco. Duval Citizens for Public Schools has used grass-roots activism along with television ads
- Where does House District 53 challenger Phil Moore stand on charter schools, vouchers?
- Nov 2, 7:34 AM: Among the issues weighing on some South Brevard voters in the race for Florida House District 53 has been Democratic challenger Phil Moore's ambiguous stance on charter schools and school vouchers.
- Why Is There So Much Money, Fighting In The IPS School Board Race?
- Nov 2, 6:41 AM: A majority of seats are on the ballot for the Indianapolis Public Schools Board of Commissioners, making this a potentially pivotal election for the district.
- Education experts weigh in on Biden’s proposal to triple funding for low-income schools
- Oct 30, 7:57 AM: Even before the coronavirus pandemic began, many experts warned that U.S. public schools were struggling and that inequality, was widening.
- Joe Biden’s Coming War on Education Choice
- > Oct 30, 7:55 AM: Few issues, however, highlight Biden’s unparalleled duplicity so much as school choice, an idea he once passionately embraced as critical to helping the poor - minorities especially - escape the cycle of poverty and government
- Analysis: Money Is No Object as the California Teachers Association Tries to Eke Out a Property Tax
- > Oct 29, 8:04 AM: The National Education Association has so far devoted $23 million to helping Joe Biden get elected president and ensuring Democratic control of both houses of Congress. That’s a lot of money, but it might surprise you to know that
- Ivanka Trump stops at Pitbull’s Little Havana charter school ahead of Miami rally
- > Oct 28, 8:04 AM: With a week to go until Election Day Donald Trump’s children and surrogates are making a final swing through Florida, where latest polling shows a quintessentially Floridian razor-thin margin between Trump and his challenger,
- Candidates divided on public school funding and private school vouchers
- > Oct 28, 5:01 AM: More than half the state budget goes to education — both K-12 schools and universities. So the stark differences between candidates in state Legislative District 6 could have a huge impact on the whole state in the next two years
- Utah’s Teacher Unions Have Divergent Opinions On Amendment G
- Oct 27, 6:21 AM: Amendment G is one of seven Amendments on the ballot this November. Stakeholders and the two Utah teacher unions have divergent opinions about what passage would mean for education funding.
- Teachers Union Is the Only Big Spender in San Diego Unified School Board Races
- Oct 27, 6:10 AM: The power of union spending in local school board races has always been big – and this year it’s the only campaign spending game in town.