On October 15th, Christina Martin debated education reform, school choice, and charter schools with OEA Vice President Hannah Vaandering.

 

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Indiana Court Upholds School Choice Program, Invites Hope for Oregon’s Kids

Christina Martin | April 9, 2013
On March 26, the Indiana Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion holding that the state’s Choice Scholarship Program is constitutional. Indiana’s voucher program is one ...  read more

Parent Power – Oregon’s Open Enrollment Law Puts Parents and Children First

Christina Martin | March 7, 2012
The 2012-2013 school year will be the first year that the new statewide open enrollment law takes effect. The new law (HB 3681) allows Oregon ...  read more

What does Oregon’s new open enrollment law mean for your child?

Christina Martin | February 15, 2012
WHAT THE LAW DOES The new statewide open enrollment law will take effect in the 2012–2013 school year. The new law allows Oregon parents to ...  read more

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Charter Schools Achieve Superior Outcomes with Unequal Funding

Kathryn Hickok | August 20, 2014
The University of Arkansas has published a first-ever comparison study of cost effectiveness and return on investment between different types of public schools. The Productivity ...  read more

A free-market guru with ties to Portland

Steve Buckstein | July 29, 2014
In honor of Milton Friedman’s 102nd birthday this July 31, below is Steve Buckstein’s op-ed in Friedman’s memory, which appeared in The Oregonian the day after Friedman passed ...  read more

Portland Public Schools’ New Ombudsman Should Be Independent

In response to parent complaints, Portland Public Schools will create a new ombudsman position. An ombudsman is a person within an organization who provides accountability ...  read more