Education, School Choice, and Title IX

Parents and students—not government bureaucrats—should make decisions about education. IWF argues for policies that return control of education resources to education consumers, with the understanding that a more vibrant education marketplace will lead to more efficient, innovative learning opportunities. IWF objects to government micromanaging of academia, including their push for a de facto quota system in the name of Title IX.

Recent Articles:

Skewering Common Core Math Standards


School Choice Enrollment Soars 25 Percent


Want to Know What Data Schools are Compiling on Your Kids? Cough Up $10,000


What a Wonderful World: You Don't Have to Master a Subject Before Teaching It


What Happens When Government Gets a God Complex?


Blind Bill de Blasio: Are Real Low-Income Families Invisible to Him?


Education improves when parents can bypass clueless bureaucrats • Andy Caldwell Show


Should government be involved in passing bills allowing teachers to spank kids? • Forbes


Zero Tolerance for Valentine’s Day


Universal Government Preschool: Still Waiting for Promised Payoffs Decades Later


California Students Take Teacher Tenure to Court


More Daycare, Less Regulation


Transitional Kindergarten: Government Preschool by Any Other Name Still’s the Same


Universal Preschool: A Bad Idea Of Californian Proportions


More Technical Innovation Please!


What Jefferson Read and Obama Watches


Real Clear Politics: Common Core


Rotten to the Core


Cash for Kids: A Clunker?


President Obama: Extravagant Claims for Pre-K Education


Why White Trash Habits Keep Grads in the Parental Basement


$5 Billion in School Improvement Grants Buys Small Change, Not Real Change


Common Core: More—or Less—than We Bargained For?


Thanksgiving Controversies are Brewing in Schools


Obama Administration to Poor Kids: Get Back to Your Failing Schools


Charter Schools Surge in California


New Study Highlights Why Parents Choose Private Schools


Time to Pursue Education Innovation


Hoff Sommers: Helping Boys Succeed in School


A Bipartisan Moment, Benefiting a Good Cause


Universal Pre-K: The Dirty Little Secret


Politico Story, Not Parental Choice, Doesn’t Do Much


California’s Truancy Crisis


Government Shutdown Education Edition


Keep Uncle Sam Out of Preschool


National Review: Yes, There's a War on Boys in Schools


Amendment 66 Backers Fail to Make Case for Higher Taxes


British Revolt against Government Preschool


Beware of the Nice Ones


High Tech Employers Not Waiting Around for Politicians to Fix Education


Should Single-Sex Schools Be Eliminated?


“College and Career Ready” Common Core National Standards Push Erotic Novels on Kids


Obama's College Affordability Scheme Gets an 'F'


Prosperity in the Balance


Money for Nothing: How it Pays Not to Work in Most States


American Children Need More Education Options, Not More Federal Meddling


Schaeffer • Companies dropping spouse coverage under ObamaCare • Forbes on Fox (08.24.2013)


Are Schools Becoming Anti-Boy?


California Parents Cut School Administrators Off at the Knees Over Student Kneeling Policy


Obama Education Push Sidesteps Congress…Again