Private School Growth in Florida on the Rise

According to the Florida Department of Education, the 2018-2019 [...]

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Nearly All Mass Attacks in 2018 Were Preceded by Threats

A U.S. Secret Service report concludes that nearly all [...]

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Florida Legislative Updates 2019

Here is what is headed for law in Florida [...]

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IRS Announces New Way Private Schools Can Publicize Their Racial Nondiscrimination Policies

Since 1975, ALL PRIVATE schools (PRESCHOOL THROUGH UNIVERSITY LEVELS) [...]

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Court Strikes Down New York “Substantial Equivalency” Guidelines

Our friends at CAPE haver reported that a judge [...]

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Study: School Choice Scholarship Students More Likely to Earn Degrees

The largest private school choice program in America got [...]

By |2019-12-05T11:16:04-05:00February 7th, 2019|Florida, High School, K12, News, Scholarships, School Choice|Comments Off on Study: School Choice Scholarship Students More Likely to Earn Degrees