John Witte of the University of Wisconsin

John Witte, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, talks about why Democrats should support school choice.  Before becoming a professor at the University of Wisconsin, John Witte was director of the La...

Matthew Ladner of Excellence in Education

Matthew Ladner, Senior Advisor of Policy and Research for the Foundation for Excellence in Education, gives his opinion on the Fordham Institute’s support of requiring students who recieve vouchers to participate in state accountability testing. Dr. Matthew...

IN Supreme Court Hears Anti-Voucher Case

This is the Choice Media #EdReformMinute for Thursday, December 6, 2012. Bob Bowdon At the Foundation for Excellence in Education conference in DC last week, I sat down with Robert Enlow of Friedman Foundation to talk about the lawsuit against vouchers, currently...

Peter Schiff on Why Education Doesn’t Need Government

Peter Schiff is CEO of the investment firm Euro Pacific Capital and the host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Peter Schiff Show.  He has been quoted in many of the nation’s leading newspapers, including The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s,...

Gary Johnson and Libertarian Education Reform

Former two term New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson is the 2012 Presidential candidate for the Libertarian party. Johnson, who has been referred to as the ‘most fiscally conservative Governor’ in the country, was the Republican Governor of New Mexico from 1995-2003....

Demand Exceeds Supply for Vouchers & Scholarships

This is the Choice Media Ed Reform Minute for Friday, August 17th. I’m Bob Bowdon. If you’re poor, but you want to send your kid to private school instead of public school, several states have  new ways for you to pay for it: vouchers and tax credit...

Major New Study: The Effect of Milwaukee Vouchers

ChoiceMedia.TV’s Bob Bowdon talks with Patrick Wolf, Director of the University of Arkansas-based School Choice Demonstration Project. For more on the Project’s findings, click...

Colorado Vouchers, Under Attack

Denver Judge Halts Vouchers, District Vows to Appeal The State of Colorado passed a universal school voucher law in 2003. Although the bill was signed into law by the state’s governor, vouchers were never issued to Colorado students.  That’s because in 2004 the...

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