Alaska SB 151, sponsored by Gov. Dunleavy, received its first hearing in the Senate Education Committee. The legislation would help ensure Alaska students can read on grade level by the end of third grade by creating a comprehensive early literacy

Today, the Missouri Senate Ways and Means Committee approved an educational opportunity bill that would allow students from low-income families to attend the school that best fits their needs.  “Every student deserves an education that best fits their learning needs. This legislation would offer low-income Missouri students a brighter future by giving them the opportunity to attend

The Pennsylvania House approved legislation that would improve public charter school operations for families and students across the Commonwealth. These bills would ensure that charter schools operate ethically and provide students with a high-quality education.   “Modernizing Pennsylvania’s charter school law will help promote opportunity and quality student learning in

Statement from Tom Greene, Senior Regional Legislative Director, on the Nevada Legislature funding the Nevada Opportunity Scholarship Program. “Nevada policymakers voted yesterday to continue to fund the approximately 2,300 students participating in the state’s Opportunity Scholarship program. These scholarships are

Alabama’s youngest students may soon have more support to ensure they are reading on grade level by the time they leave third grade, setting them up for future success. The House passed a comprehensive early literacy bill, sponsored by Rep.

More Pennsylvania students may soon have access to new educational opportunities through a $100 million increase to the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program, proposed in legislation championed by Speaker Mike Turzai and passed by the House today.   This would be the largest one-year increase in the

Arkansas senators passed a bill today that would give hundreds of vulnerable students the opportunity to find the right mix of education services that work for them. Senate Bill 539 would establish a $3 million tax-credit scholarship program for students with disabilities, foster children, low-income families, and children of military parents to access

The Mississippi Senate passed legislation today that expands rigorous and meaningful career pathways in high school. Senate Bill 2447, sponsored by Senator Gray Tollison, would reward schools with incentive funding based on the number of students who earn industry certifications or