The Center for Education Policy

Education should prepare students to inherit the blessings and liberties of a free society; it should be the key to unlocking the doors of opportunity for every child. As such, families and students should be at the center of education policy. Children’s ability to achieve their dreams and aspirations is grounded in access to education options that meet their unique learning needs. And because every child is unique, education funding should be directed by families, to schools and learning options that are suited to their individual goals and needs. Education should be student-centered from kindergarten through college, giving all Americans the freedom to choose learning options that work for them. Join us as we launch a new Center for Education Policy to advance this vision.

Featuring Keynote Remarks by
The Honorable Mark Walker (R-NC)
Chairman, Republican Study Committee, U.S. House of Representatives

Followed by Additional Remarks from and a Panel Discussion with
Jennifer Marshall
Vice President, Institute for Family, Community, and Opportunity,
and the Joseph C. and Elizabeth A. Anderlik Fellow, The Heritage Foundation

Lindsey Burke
Will Skillman Fellow in Education Policy, The Heritage Foundation

Patrick Wolf, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor of Education Policy and 21st Century Endowed Chair in School Choice,
Department of Education Reform, University of Arkansas College of Education and Health Professions

Virginia Walden Ford
Visiting Fellow, The Heritage Foundation

Genevieve Wood
Senior Fellow in Communications and Senior Contributor, The Daily Signal

J.B. Horton
Senior Counselor and John Von Kannon Fellow in Philanthropy, The Heritage Foundation

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