Issue - Education & Healthcare

For decades, the Legislature has steadily consolidated power in Montpelier, which necessarily limits community and parental and personal choice around education and healthcare. Education and healthcare dwarf just about every other service the government shells out taxpayer dollars for. We believe decentralizing decision making will give Vermonters more control over their family's lives.

Commentaries

Commentary: Maine Decision Points the Way Toward Universal School Choice

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Maine tuition case opens the door to every K-12 student having the right to opt out of an unsatisfactory public school and attend the ... Read more


Commentary: Public school democracy, voice vs. choice

New departures in sex education and union-promoted Critical Race Theory in the public schools are raising the temperature of parents and school board. Objecting parents should... Read more


Commentary: The Teachers’ Union’s New Pupil Indoctrination Plan

           The National Education Association’s assembly has passed two startling resolutions, to push the union’s ideology of racial justice and equity, anti-capitalism, and ... Read more


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Blog Posts


Our Savior Returns!

Here’s a news item of interest. Anya Rader Wallack will be the new chair of One Care, the Accountable Care Organization that hopes to control as much health care in Vermont as pos... Read more



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