January 17, 2024 • Commentary

We have run out of ‘next years’

As House members re-evaluate their position, they should be mindful that the “us versus them” narrative opponents have crafted is utterly false.



January 10, 2024 • Blog

This “could” be a big legislative session

While every session of the General Assembly – like every election – is billed as consequential, this time the hype could be right.



December 27, 2023 • Blog

11 biggest stories of 2023

As we prepare to welcome in a new year, here is a review of our most read and most shared stories of 2023.


November 16, 2023 • Commentary

6 Reasons to Empower Georgia Parents

Education freedom is about empowering parents and students to choose an education that best fits their needs.

October 26, 2023 • Blog

11 spooky policy ideas to avoid

Here are 11 spooky policy ideas we should all run from like a man in a mask is chasing us.




July 5, 2023 • Commentary

What are we waiting for?

There is a dire need for actual solutions that benefit as many students as possible, and research has already identified one of those solutions.

June 28, 2023 • Commentary

Students lost decades of academic progress

For 3 years now, we’ve known the school closures ordered amid the pandemic were detrimental to students. New data confirms how bad it was.


May 25, 2023 • Blog

North Carolina’s absurd state of emergency

According to the governor of North Carolina, entrusting parents with choices in their children's education is as dangerous as a hurricane or tornado.

May 24, 2023 • Commentary

Education is going to change

We need to stop thinking in terms of “schools” and instead think in terms of an education.