Educational Freedom

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Educational Freedom, often referred to as "School Choice," is an effective educational policy that empowers parents to select the optimal learning environment for their children based on individual needs and preferences. Our belief is rooted in providing every child access to a high-quality education, regardless of economic status, location, or school ranking. Recognizing that education isn't a uniform concept, we advocate for diverse options including public, private, parochial, charter, homeschooling, hybrid, and pod schooling. Our goal is to bridge educational disparities through the promotion of educational freedom.

“The only thing more expensive than education is ignorance.”
- Benjamin Franklin

Benefits of Educational Freedom (aka school choice):

Customized Education

Educational Freedom enables parents the ability to select educational options that align with their child's unique learning style, interests, and needs. Leading to a more personalized and effective educational experience.

Competition and Quality Improvement

When parents can choose among various schools, educational institutions are incentivized to improve their programs and services to attract and retain students. This can result in higher standards of education across the board.

Diverse Learning Environments

Educational Freedom can provide access to a variety of educational philosophies, teaching methods, and curriculum approaches. This diversity can cater to students with different strengths, interests, and goals.

Empowerment of Parents

Educational freedom empowers parents to have a more active role in their child's education. They can select a school that aligns with their values, priorities, and educational goals for their children.

Addressing Special Needs

Having access to choose can be particularly beneficial for students with special needs or learning differences. Parents can choose schools that have specific programs, resources, and expertise to meet their child's requirements.

Reduced Monopoly

In traditional public-school systems, families are typically assigned to a specific school based on their residential address. Educational Freedom can break the monopoly of assigned schools and provide families with more options beyond their local district.

Innovation and Creativity

Educational Freedom fosters innovation in education as different schools’ experiment with new teaching methods, technologies, and approaches. This experimentation can lead to the development of effective educational practices that can be adopted more widely.

Parental Engagement

With Educational Freedom, parents tend to be more engaged and invested in their child's education since they actively choose the school. This engagement can positively impact student performance and overall educational outcomes.

Reduced School Crowding

Educational Freedom can help alleviate overcrowding in popular schools by allowing students to attend other schools with available space, thus improving the student-teacher ratio and potentially enhancing the learning environment.

School Choice 101

Why Educational Freedom?
The downside of teacher's unions

The Power of the Teachers Unions

Teachers Unions, the American Federation for Teachers and the National Educators Association have made their political agenda for public education clear over the last few years and parents have had enough.  Keri D. Ingraham, Senior Fellow and Director, American Center for Transforming Education accurately stated in her article ‘Teachers Unions Pretend to Promote Freedom’,  “Without question, the NEA’s agenda is to control public education and push radical, hypersexualized content on children despite some of the content being so sexually-explicit that it’s been deemed classroom- and age-inappropriate by policymakers.”

If you are still not convinced at the agenda of the teachers unions, read the latest report by Defense Freedom Institute that exposes how unions train educators to indoctrinate students.

The Power of Data

NAEP 2022 Math Assessments

  • 25% of 4th Graders performed below the NAEP Basic level
  • 64% of 4th Graders performed below the NAEP Proficiency level
  • 38% of 8th Graders performed below the NAEP Basic level
  • 74% of 8th Graders performed below the NAEP Proficiency level

NAEP 2022 Reading Assessments

  • 37% of 4th Graders performed below the NAEP Basic level
  • 67% of 4th Graders performed below the NAEP Proficiency level
  • 36% of 8th Graders performed below the NAEP Basic level
  • 69% of 8th Graders performed below the NAEP Proficiency level

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