A Week of Gains for School Choice Efforts

School choice advocates scored major and incremental victories in Oklahoma this week in their efforts to secure legal permission to use public education funds to pay for sending students to private schools, including religious ones.

Diploma in Hand, Many College-Bound Students Must Backtrack

Many high school graduates in Oklahoma arrive on college campuses and find out they aren’t ready to tackle math, science, reading or writing courses. They must take, and pay for, non-credit remedial classes to learn content they should have learned earlier.