House Speaker Joe Straus is intending to hang Huberty out to dry.
Well-intentioned regulation of private schools will stifle the innovation necessary to deliver a quality education as surely as malicious regulation.
Educational Savings Accounts would allow public dollars to follow the child to the public, private, or homeschool of their choice.
Efforts to expand education opportunity last session passed the Texas Senate only to die without a vote in the Texas House.
State Sen. Don Huffines discussed reforming Texas’ controversial education finance system and expanding parental choice with Education Savings Accounts.
While the Texas House continues to move toward stymieing school choice, a good number of the loudest voices won’t be coming back to Austin next year.
Texas Conservative Research Institute’s Houston summit was intended to dispel falls claims about education choice. Panels of stakeholders and lawmakers addressed concerns as well as the benefits of this policy.
96% of Justin Holland’s fundraising comes from outside of his district.
Momentum is building in Texas to pass legislation expanding educational opportunities.
TPPF argues that school choice would benefit both children and taxpayers.