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America Next’s Roadmap to Education Reform

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“His proposal, critically, leads with parental choice,’ Burke told The Daily Signal. ‘It includes smart policy such as eliminating assignment-by-Zip code policies, having dollars follow students to educational options of choice, and unbundling education financing from the delivery of services.”

The Daily Signal, "Jindal Emphasizes Teacher Tenure Reform, School Choice in Sweeping Education Plan", February 9, 2015

 

“Jindal bluntly charges that continuing with the current failed public education system means that American government, as created by the framers, cannot survive.”

Breitbart, "Jindal Urges Parental Choice, Limited Government, And End To Teacher Tenure In Sweeping Education Policy Plan", February 10, 2015

 

“[Jindal] attacked Common Core…as ‘a top-down, factory based approach’ to schooling.”

Bloomberg, "Jindal Attacks Common Core in Washington", February 9, 2015

 

“School choice is a central pillar in Jindal’s new education roadmap, which aims to enable education dollars to ‘follow the child,’ meaning they could be used as parents and families deem best…”

The Daily Signal, "Bobby Jindal on Anti-Common Core Moms: ‘I Wouldn’t Bet Against Them", February 9, 2015

 

“[Jindal] saying that supporters of Common Core are aligning with Washington bureaucrats and against families that want more control over their children’s education.”

Washington Times, "Bobby Jindal: Common Core supporters stand with D.C. bureaucrats", February 9, 2015

 

“…The education proposal stands out from the pack, thanks to the governor’s growing status as one of the most savage critics of Common Core.”

The Daily Caller, "Jindal Unveils National Plan To Repeal Common Core", February 9, 2015

 

“Jindal’s reform plan [will] expand parent choice and trust parents to make the right choices, limit the role and power of the federal government, and overhaul the way teachers are hired…”

National Review Online, "Jindal Sets Up an Early 2016 Cycle Clash on Common Core", February 9, 2015

 

“Jindal is taking one of his top issues and framing it as a core aspect of the most fundamental Republican issue: the scope and size of the federal government.”

CNN, "Common Core fight a larger battle over the size of government", February 9, 2015

 

“The plan would expand school choice policies to children nationwide and push back against Common Core, among other significant education reforms.”

The Washington Examiner, "Jindal releases education plan while ramping up for 2016", February 9, 2015

 

“At the heart of his proposal is a total repudiation of Common Core, as well as a general rollback of federal authority, increased school choice options for parents and greater administrative freedom for educators.”

The Daily Caller, "Jindal Unveils National Plan To Repeal Common Core", February 9, 2015

 

“[Jindal] said [Common Core], originally touted as a state-based effort to improve education standards, morphed into a system of greater federal control of schools.”

National Review Online, "Jindal Sets Up an Early 2016 Cycle Clash on Common Core", February 9, 2015

 

“Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Monday called for reducing the role of the federal Department of Education.”

The Washington Examiner, "Jindal calls for smaller federal Department of Education", February 9, 2015