It’s wrong. It costs too much. Put those arguments together, and you have a potent political message on criminal justice reform, evidenced by the electoral success of a pair of initiatives in Oklahoma aimed at reducing incarceration rates and reallocating funding to drug treatment programs.

Voters chose to support school choice in Oklahoma, heading to the polls in support of educational freedom over those who would maintain the educational status quo.

Oklahoma’s largest online charter school has nearly tripled its enrollment in the past three years, and is showing no signs of slowing down. With enrollment currently at 8,500, the school hopes to have 10,000 students by the middle of the school year. “Clearly, we’re providing a quality of s…

Oklahoma’s Virtual Charter School Board is looking for the first time to shut down one of the schools under its purview. The board voted in May to terminate the contract of ABLE Charter School because of multiple concerns, including financial reporting problems and questions about compliance…

The City-Sentinel in Oklahoma has a nice history lesson explaining how obscure provisions named for James G. Blaine,  a 19th century nativist politician “who wanted to reshape the First Amendment in his own anti-Catholic image,” are hindering 21st century efforts to expand school choice.

It’s wrong. It costs too much. Put those arguments together, and you have a potent political message on criminal justice reform, evidenced by the electoral success of a pair of initiatives in Oklahoma aimed at reducing incarceration rates and reallocating funding to drug treatment programs.

Voters chose to support school choice in Oklahoma, heading to the polls in support of educational freedom over those who would maintain the educational status quo.

Oklahoma’s largest online charter school has nearly tripled its enrollment in the past three years, and is showing no signs of slowing down. With enrollment currently at 8,500, the school hopes to have 10,000 students by the middle of the school year. “Clearly, we’re providing a quality of s…

Oklahoma’s Virtual Charter School Board is looking for the first time to shut down one of the schools under its purview. The board voted in May to terminate the contract of ABLE Charter School because of multiple concerns, including financial reporting problems and questions about compliance…

The City-Sentinel in Oklahoma has a nice history lesson explaining how obscure provisions named for James G. Blaine,  a 19th century nativist politician “who wanted to reshape the First Amendment in his own anti-Catholic image,” are hindering 21st century efforts to expand school choice.