And now shifting to some good news:
As we predicted, Arkansas is the latest state to pass a universal education savings account bill, joining Arizona, West Virginia, and Iowa – and Texas or Florida could be next.
Here’s why: Only one out of three Americans believe public education is heading in the right direction—an 8-point decline since 2021 when teacher unions shut down classes in many states.
A new Scott Rasmussen national survey shows that dissatisfied parents and taxpayers are increasingly supportive of school choice. His survey found that 56% of voters believe school choice programs offer better educational opportunities for students. Only 15% say they do not.