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#AskExcelinEd: How can states create CTE programs for 21st-century career pathways?

#AskExcelinEd: How can states create CTE programs for 21st-century career pathways? High-quality Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs can prepare students and states for success in a changing economy. Check out our new #EIE18 video and recent resources below to learn how your state can offer students access to rigorous 21st-century career pathways that prepare them […]

#MemoryMonday: A look back at #EIE18 highlights

Last week ExcelinEd hosted over 1,000 legislators, state superintendents, policymakers and advocates—all working to build a brighter future for America’s families—at the 11th annual National Summit on Education Reform. It was a powerful two-days packed with learning and sharing. Check out the highlights below! The#EIE18 Welcome from Governor Jeb Bush! Governor Jeb Bush opened #EIE18 with an […]

#AskExcelinEd: What’s Happening at #EIE18?

  Today we kick off the 2018 National Summit on Education Reform (#EIE18) in Washington, D.C. This year’s exceptional lineup of keynote and general session speakers will inspire and empower listeners to build a brighter future for our nation’s families. If you can’t join us at #EIE18 in person, here are some links and tips to help […]

#AskExcelinEd About Course Access Opportunity Incentives!

ExcelinEd’s new resource shares how can states ensure all students have access to the courses they need to succeed.

Transitioning to Student-Centered Learning: Moving Beyond Seat-Time

While working with states to implement innovative student-centered learning policies and programs, ExcelinEd has identified policies and practices that hinder new student-centered learning models. Transitioning to Student-Centered Learning: Policy Solutions for States is a policy brief series dedicated to addressing these challenges.   The Challenge of Funding Seat-Time A common goal of many innovative approaches […]

With an education scholarship account, my child is reaching his full potential.

One of the worst attacks I hear about school choice programs is that private schools and public charter schools don’t serve students with disabilities. Why does it irk me so much? Because I send my son to a private school that better meets his needs. Just like in traditional public schools, not every school offers […]

Exploring Private Education Choice and Special Education

Over 6.6 million students receive special education from public schools across America. For most of these students, the public school they are assigned to works great. But what if they need another option, or more intensive services than those offered by their public school? Enter private education choice. We have just released two new videos […]

VIDEO: Why should you attend #EIE18? Governor Jeb Bush has the answer.

Join Governor Jeb Bush and 1000 leaders, policymakers and advocates for the 11th annual National Summit on Education Reform on December 5-7 in Washington, D.C.!

Veterans Day at My School: Where educational choice and military service meet

  Three months is all the time we had to enjoy the idea of our new house. Nestled in the suburbs outside Colorado Springs, I just knew this house was the forever home where our two boys, Eddie and Jeffrey, would finish school and maybe –  one day in the future –  bring home a […]

A Quick Look at Tax-Credit Scholarships

  ExcelinEd’s new Opportunity Learning Hub offers quick, efficient videos for people interested in policies that expand educational opportunity. Take a look at these videos in the Hub’s Tax-Credit Scholarship series to become a more proficient advocate for education choice! Tax-credit scholarships are one of the fastest growing school choice programs. These programs incentivize individuals and businesses […]