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Today the Idaho House Education Committee approved legislation establishing a scholarship for families who need additional education alternatives to fit their child’s unique learning needs. House Bill 590 now heads to the House floor for further consideration. The bill would

Idaho Education News has published a thoughtful explanation of the legislative proposal to provide GEM Scholarships to Idaho families who need and deserve the freedom to find the best educational fit for their unique needs. House Bill 590 would provide a private scholarship

Yesterday, ExcelinEd in Action’s Southeast Regional Legislative Director, Ryan Mahoney, testified before the South Carolina House K-12 Education Subcommittee on the benefits of implementing a personalized approach to education. Legislation proposed by Representative Neal Collins (House Bill 4596) would create

January 10, 2018 Friends, Governor Phil Bryant kicked off Mississippi’s 2018 Legislative Session yesterday with a State of the State address that focused heavily on the need to increase educational opportunities for families. In his address, Gov. Bryant implored leaders

June 01, 2017 ExcelinEd in Action National Legislative Director J. Alex Kelly issued a statement following the Texas Legislature’s adjournment without expanding educational options contained in House Bill 21. The bill would have created an Education Scholarship Account program to

May 19, 2017 ExcelinEd in Action issued the following statement today on Senate Bill 123 – Alabama Accountability Act – which failed to pass the Alabama House of Representatives. “Every child, regardless of zip code, deserves access to a quality