Open Enrollment and Arizona’s Shift to Education Freedom

In the landscape of education in Arizona, a significant shift is unfolding. With the recent release of insightful data by the Arizona Department of Education, the public can see the evolving patterns of education freedom among Arizona’s families, heralding a transition in how education is perceived and pursued. During the 2021-22 school year, a staggering … Read more

OP-ED: Closure of West Virginia Microschool Is a Lesson in Accountability

When Hive Learning Academy didn’t keep its promises, parents moved their kids to other schools. District families don’t have that option. By Matt FrendeweyThis story first appeared at The 74, a nonprofit news site covering education. Sign up for free newsletters from The 74 to get more like this in your inbox. When The Hive … Read more

Clark on American Potential Podcast

Executive Director of yes. every kid. foundation., Andrew Clark, recently joined host Jeff Crank to discuss the transformative shift in K-12 education away from top-down dictates and towards individualized learning. They discussed how encouraging entrepreneurship and reducing the barriers to creating new options for families can foster an environment where education is personalized and efficient. … Read more

Frendewey talks parental empowerment on Brian Nichols Show

Matt Frendewey, Vice President of Strategy with yes. every kid. foundation. joined the Brian Nichols show to discuss the recent national YouGov poll showing broad support for education freedom, and considerable agreement that education freedom would strengthen education overall. They also discuss the stakes for parents and families in education today, the growth of new … Read more

yes. every kid. foundation. Weighs in on Historic Implementation of The Parental Choice Tax Credit 

For Immediate Release: October 12, 2023 Contact: Shannon Pahls,  OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Oklahoma made history this year with the passage of the Parental Choice Tax Credit, empowering all families in the state with education freedom. The first-in-the-nation tax credit legislation is universal, refundable, and prioritizes families.   Earlier this week, the Tax Commission proposed rules … Read more

West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals Denies Motion to Stay by Narrow Margin, Will Take Up the Case on Expedited Basis

Ruling blocks access to educational options for over 3,000 students already approved for the Hope Scholarship program but foretells final word from the high court by the holidays     CHARLESTON, W. Va. – Today, by a vote of 3-2, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals denied the Attorney General’s motion to stay regarding the … Read more

West Virginia Students and Families Further Blocked from Accessing Expanded Educational Opportunities

Ruling blocks access to educational options for over 3,000 students who applied for the Hope Scholarship program    CHARLESTON, WV. – By a vote of 2 to 1, the Intermediate Court of Appeals of West Virginia denied the Attorney General’s motion to stay regarding the new Hope Scholarship Program, further blocking over 3,000 students from … Read more

Court Issues Preliminary Injunction Blocking Education Scholarships for West Virginian Families and Students

Ruling leaves 3,000 families who applied for the Hope Scholarship program in the lurch CHARLESTON, WV. – Today, the Kanawha County Circuit Court issued a preliminary injunction, blocking families and students from using the state’s new Hope Scholarship program. In response to this ruling, Executive Director Andrew Clark issued the following statement on behalf of … Read more