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ExcelinEd Supports Defense of Nevada’s Education Savings Account Program

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Today, the Foundation for Excellence in Education (ExcelinEd) submitted an amicus brief with the Nevada Supreme Court in support of the state’s Education Savings Account program, the most expansive educational choice program in the nation. The amicus curiae brief supports the state’s motion to dismiss a constitutional challenge to the program filed by […]

Applications Open for the Arkansas Succeed Scholarship Program!

Dear Friend, The application period for the Arkansas Succeed Scholarship Program is now open! This groundbreaking program allows up to 100 students with special needs to receive a scholarship to a private school of choice, empowering parents to choose the school that best meets the learning needs of their children. Arkansas families can apply today […]

North Carolina Governor Signs Student-Driven Budget

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.— Yesterday, Governor Pat McCrory signed the amended 2016-2017 state budget, which included significant funding for College and Career Readiness, K-3 Reading and School Choice— more than $55 million in additional funds to spur student gains and growth and prepare North Carolina’s future workforce for success in the global economy. “North Carolina has made quality […]

State Actions – Policies and Progress Across the Nation, June 2016

Louisiana Louisiana ended its regular session on June 8, and Governor Bel Edwards immediately called a special session to address the state’s budget deficit. During the regular session, the legislature proposed funding the Louisiana Scholarship Program (vouchers) at $36 million for FY 2017, but it was ultimately funded at $40 million in the special session […]

Patricia Levesque: Chancellor Henderson’s commitment to improving student outcomes is an example for the nation

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, The Foundation for Excellence in Education (ExcelinEd) released the following statement on Chancellor Kaya Henderson’s upcoming departure from the D.C. Public School District. “Chancellor Henderson’s steadfast commitment to student progress and student success, especially for traditionally underserved students, is a model for all education leaders,” said Patricia Levesque CEO of ExcelinEd. […]

Mississippi Governor Recognized for Leading Education Improvements for Students

Governor Phil Bryant receives the Frank Newman Award for State Innovation Tallahassee, Fla.  – Today, Governor Phil Bryant and the state of Mississippi received the Frank Newman Award for State Innovation. The Foundation for Excellence in Education (ExcelinEd) nominated Governor Bryant and Mississippi for this Education Commission of the States award that recognizes a state […]

AFC and ExcelinEd encourage RNC and DNC platforms to embrace school choice

The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, and the Foundation for Excellence in Education (ExcelinEd), a national leader in reforming education, encourage both the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to embrace school choice in their official party platforms. “Every child deserves access to a world class […]

Playing the waiting game for my child’s education

Last year, Nevada adopted a historic Education Savings Account (ESA) program to expand choice and opportunity to children in the Silver State. Now, the program is under attack. ESAs place state dollars designated for a child’s education into an account that parents can manage to cover the cost of customized learning, including private school tuition, […]

It’s about the child, not the system: Jeb Bush, podcastED

  Photo from redefinED   What is school choice and how can it help empower parents to get the best education for their students? Jeb Bush, ExcelinEd’s Chairman and former Florida Governor sat down with Denisha Merriweather, intern at Step Up for Students to discuss the importance of school choice on redefinED’s podcast PodcastEd. Listen Now.

A birthright of school choice for all Arizona students

Parental choice in education is about giving every child the chance to learn in a school that is the right fit for him or her. In recent years, Arizona’s traditional public and charter schools have made remarkable progress, and the state’s expansion of educational choice has been a major contributor. ExcelinEd’s Dr. Matthew Ladner has […]