School Choice, Higher Education and COVID-19 w/ Dr. Lindsey Burke and Martin Lueken

Episode 38 · May 19th, 2020 · 19 mins 58 secs

About this Episode

Joining host Dan Reynolds on the podcast are 3 education experts: Lindsey Burke, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Education Policy and Will Skillman Fellow in Education Heritage Foundation, Martin Lueken, Director of Fiscal Policy Analysis at EdChoice and Scott Kaufman, Director of the ALEC Education and Workforce Development Task Force. The group discusses education choice, education savings accounts, how it benefits the states and the future of public higher education after COVID-19.

Ed Choice:
The Heritage Foundation:
Fiscal Effects on School Vouchers:
Fiscal Effects on Tax-Credit Scholarship Programs:
The Trillion Dollar Problem: Pandemic Puts State Pension Plans at Even Greater Risk:
K-12 Fiscal Relief in the Aftermath of COVID-19:
The K-12 Financial Cliff: What States Face if Students Switch Schooling Sectors:
Public Opinion Tracker:
Survey: Private School Response to COVID-19:
Free Tools to Help Educators and Students Connect While Social Distancing:
How Private Schools and Groups Serving Schools and Families could be Eligible for Forgiveness Loans:
Private School Profiles: How They Are Handling COVID-19:
ABCs of School Choice:

Support Across the States