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  • Private School Choice Freedom Minute0

    • July 5, 2016

    Think private school choice is brand new with an unproven track record? Think again! Senior Education Policy Analyst Ross Izard is here to set us straight!

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  • Intervening for Success at Havern0

    • July 5, 2016

    The Havern School for Children with Learning Disabilities does amazing work down in Littleton, Colorado. Learn about this incredible school in Senior Education Policy Analyst Ross Izard’s second Profile in Private Education, “Intervening for Success: A Profile of the Havern School for Children with Learning Disabilities” here:¬†https://www.i2i.org/intervening-for-success-a-profile-of-the-havern-school-for-children-with-learning-disabilities.

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  • Montana Court Restores Full School Choice Program0

    • July 5, 2016

    Erick Valencia of the Independence Institute’s Education Policy Center applauds a Montana District Court’s ruling that allowed a school choice program to continue as the legislature intended.

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  • Judge Sets Constitution Aside in School Finance Ruling0

    • December 12, 2011

    Joshua Dunn, professor at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs and author of Complex Justice, deconstructs Denver District Court Judge Sheila Rappaport’s December 9 decision for the plaintiffs in the school finance case Lobato v State. Dunn says the judge’s “absolute contempt for the constitution” is unique among the hundreds of rulings in similar cases nationwide that he has read and analyzed, and identifies clear grounds for a very likely appeal.

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  • Judge Enjoins Douglas County Choice Scholarship Program0

    • August 16, 2011

    On August 12, 2011, a Denver District Court judge enjoined the Douglas County Choice Scholarship Program. Douglas County School District board president John Carson discusses the injunction and the next steps for the school district and the families involved.

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  • Jeffco Teachers Union President Credits DeGrow, Institute on Open Negotiations0

    • May 10, 2011

    At the May 5 meeting of the Jefferson County Board of Education, representing Colorado’s largest school district, Jefferson County Education Association (JCEA) president Kerrie Dallman said she was “perplexed” that open teachers union negotiations had become such an issue and credited “Ben DeGrow and the Independence Institute” for bringing it attention.

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