ALEC Education Choice

Posted on:January 23, 2017

American students in coming years will not be assessed by how many hours they spend in the classroom, but by how well they have mastered each skill and concept. This exciting future requires bold state reform that empowers parents, not bureaucrats, and returns control over state dollars to families who know their children best, rather than politicians who have never met them. Learn more at

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Report Card on American Education: 22nd Edition

The status quo is not working. Whether by international comparisons, state and national proficiency measures, civic literacy rates, or career preparedness, American students are falling behind. The 22nd edition of the Report Card on American Education ranks states on their K-12 education and policy performance.

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