August 5, 2022 • Commentary

Changes Coming to Georgia Charter Schools

Charter schools are naturally innovative and necessarily competitive, a stark contrast to the stagnation that characterizes failing districts.

May 12, 2022 • Blog

How to Reduce Student Borrowing

The best way to reduce student borrowing may be to stop telling students they won’t have to pay back their loans.

April 1, 2022 • Commentary

The Myth of Underfunding

Opponents of Promise Scholarships and similar programs perpetuate the myth that they are a tool to defund public school education. 

February 23, 2022 • Blog

The Education Change Georgia Needs

School choice opponents make lots of demonstrably false claims. Some of the flimsiest concern the accessibility of private schools. To hear opponents tell it, private schools are too expensive, too […]

February 16, 2022 • Blog

Education Legislation vs. Status Quo

With two bills in the legislature, the most important question is how much better off students would be under either proposal than under the status quo.