What if Education Was Football?

What if college football performance were assessed like education performance? Dr. Oran Smith imagines the scenario.

Mick Zais Picked to Be Betsy DeVos’ Right-Hand Man

Ellen Weaver comments on the nomination of former SC Superintendent of Education Mick Zais’ nomination to be Deputy Secretary at the U.S. Department of Education.

4 Ways to Fix SC’s Broken Education Funding System

Dr. Barbara Stock Nielsen, South Carolina’s first Republican Superintendent of Education, shares four key ideas to fix South Carolina’s broken education funding system. 

“If It Can Happen in Orangeburg…”

Orangeburg 5 High School for Health Professions is beating the odds to create success for rural students in poverty. This week, Principal Angel Malone shared their secret for success with a Senate panel.

Minority Students in South Carolina’s Education System

Instead of blaming the persistent achievement gap of minority students on “choice,” Ms. Weingarten should be thanking bold education reformers.

The End of Average

Is there such a thing as an “average” child? As parents of multiple children can attest, even those […]

Give “Read to Succeed” A Chance

Being unable to read is the worst kind of “gift” that keeps on giving.

People are Different. Thankfully, so are schools.

One of the most exhaustive list of education options available to South Carolinians.

Studies are Consistent: Private School Choice Works

New research shows that private school choice is working.

All in one decision: high court boosts religious freedom and school choice

A decision from the US Supreme Court that is good news for school freedom.