Episode 794: Jason Bedrick from Heritage joins the WINNING message of School Choice
Stacy on the Right
Recent elections show school choice has become a litmus-test issue for conservatives!! Share the show! *Rate us on Apple Podcasts!!! * *Guest Bio: * Jason Bedrick a research fellow in the Center for Education Policy at The Heritage Foundation, where he focuses on policies that promote education freedom and choice, religious liberty, classical education, and restoring the primary role of families in education. Bedrick is the co-editor and co-author of two books, including Educational Freedom: Remembering Andrew Coulson, Debating His Ideas and Religious Liberty and Education: A Case Study of Yeshivas vs. New York. He has also authored chapters in three books, including The Heritage Foundation’s book The Not-So-Great Society, which provides conservative solutions to the problems created by the ever-expanding federal footprint in preschool, K-12, and higher education. Buy my first book available where ever books are sold, _Eternally Cancel Proof _in paperback, or Kindle on Amazon or buy directly from me at my website Stacy on the Right!! • Thank you for listening! • We are live Monday through Friday from 9p to midnight eastern on SiriusXM the Patriot channel 125!!! • Thanks and God Bless you!! • -- Encouragement-- For the Lord takes delight in his people; he crowns the humble with salvation. —Psalm 149:4 -- Additional Content -- • Stacy's Blog Download previous episodes, and more! Contact Form stacy [at] stacyontheright.com Links:School Choice Winning but Teachers Union Empire Striking Back | The Heritage Foundation — The school choice movement is winning like never before, but government school defenders are doing all they can to protect their monopoly.
On this episode of Anchored, Soren is joined by Jason Bedrick, a Research Fellow in the Center for Education Policy at the Heritage Foundation and an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute's Center for Educational Freedom. Jason talks about how he became interested in public policy and his experience studying public policy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He explains what school choice is and why 2021 was declared a breakthrough year for school choice. He discusses the skepticism surrounding school choice and how school choice benefits low-income and minority students.
Jason Bedrick on the Rhetoric of School Choice Opponents & The Benefits of School Choice Programs
Bridge Builder Podcast
This week we speak with Jason Bedrick, Director of Policy at EdChoice a non-profit committed to understanding and pursuing a K–12 education system that empowers every family to choose the schooling environment that fits their children’s needs best. We're speaking with him about a recent report he authored, "Who's afraid of school choice?" It examines some of the false rhetoric that school choice opponents make and compares it with the actual outcomes of school choice programs across the country. This week's action item: Check out our partners at Opportunity for All Kids (OAK) to learn more about school choice efforts in Minnesota and how you can help advocate for parents and students to have real educational choices.Links:OAK: https://opportunityforallkids.org/School Choice Report:https://www.edchoice.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Whos-Afraid-of-School-Choice-by-Jason-Bedrick-and-Ed-Tarnowski.pdfEdChoice: https://www.edchoice.org/
Abolish the Compulsory Schooling Monopoly with School Choice. Jason Bedrick & Keith Knight
Keith Knight - Don't Tread on Anyone
Jason Bedrick is the director of policy at EdChoice and was a policy analyst with Cato’s Center for Educational Freedom from 2012 to 2017. EdChoice: https://www.edchoice.org/school-choice/what-is-school-choice/ -------------------------------- If you find value in the content, please consider donating to my PayPal KeithKnight590@gmail.com LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone:b BitChute: KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone https://www.bitchute.com/channel/keithknightdonttreadonanyone/ Minds: https://www.minds.com/KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone/ MeWe: mewe.com/i/keithknight25 Flote: https://flote.app/VoluntaryistKeith Gab: https://gab.com/Voluntarykeith Twitter: @an_capitalist The Libertarian Institute: https://libertarianinstitute.org/dont-tread-on-anyone/ One Great Work Network: https://www.onegreatworknetwork.com/keith-knight
On this week's podcast, Paul interviews Jason Bedrick, Director of Policy with the national school choice group EdChoice. School choice has made unprecedented gains in 2021 thanks in part to the Pandemic and in part to the strong leadership of politicians in states that have been willing to buck the unions and bring long-overdue reform to American education. You can see a list of achievements here. The Rio Grande Foundation remains deeply concerned by New Mexico's poor performance and the relative paucity of choice so it started a new educational effort within the Foundation called "Opportunity for All Kids New Mexico." Edwin Aybar Lopez with OAKNM comes into the conversation toward the end.
75: EdChoice and the Future of Education w/ Jason Bedrick
Across the States
From lockdowns and union disputes to remote learning, the past year has tested America’s education system in unprecedented ways. This week on Across the States, Matthew Fisher sits down with Jason Bedrick of EdChoice and Andrew Handel of ALEC to discuss how lawmakers are taking the initiative to give parents and students more freedom in the classroom. Find out how EdChoice is working with statehouses to rebuild K-12 education in the United States. Jason Bedrick Profile: https://www.edchoice.org/our-team/jason-bedrick/ EdChoice Website: https://www.edchoice.org/ ALEC Education and Workforce Development Task Force: https://www.alec.org/task-force/education-and-workforce-development/Support Across the States
COVID and the Classroom: School choice in the States with Jason Bedrick
The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Americans are working through what the 2020 election will mean for the future of our country. But education, thankfully, is primarily a state and local issue. What impact will state policy have on the future of school choice? Mary Clare sits down the Jason Bedrick of EdChoice to discuss.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/covid-and-the-classroom/school-choice-in-the-states-with-jason-bedrick/.Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and see what you’ve been missing: https://ricochet.com/membership/.Subscribe to COVID and the Classroom by RSS feed. For all our podcasts in one place, subscribe to the Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed in Apple Podcasts or by RSS feed.
Americans are working through what the 2020 election will mean for the future of our country. But education, thankfully, is primarily a state and local issue. What impact will state policy have on the future of school choice? Mary Clare sits down the Jason Bedrick of EdChoice to discuss. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S2E2. U-Ark Prof. Jay Greene & EdChoice’s Jason Bedrick on Yeshivas vs. New York & Religious Liberty
The Learning Curve
This week on "The Learning Curve," Cara and Gerard are joined by Jay Greene, the Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas, and Jason Bedrick, the Director of Policy for EdChoice. They discuss their timely new book, Religious Liberty and Education: A Case Study of Yeshivas vs. New York, about the recent battle between Orthodox Jewish private schools and New York's state government over the content of instruction. They explain "substantial equivalency" statutes and their potential impact on a wide array of private and religious schools, as well as on parental rights, K-12 education policy, and religious liberty in America. Bedrick and Greene draw comparisons between substantial equivalency regulations and the bigoted, 19th-century Blaine Amendments that were recently weakened as a result of the landmark Supreme Court decision in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue. They express concerns about growing interference by state departments of education, regardless of the paltry level of funding they distribute to private schools through Title I, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, or other programs. Stories of the Week: In Baltimore, the school district has formed a promising partnership with the Recreation & Parks office to give more than 1,000 students in-person access to their virtual learning lessons, in small cohort groups meeting in schools and rec centers. A New Hampshire town tuitioning program offers financial support to rural families who choose secular private schools for their children - but not to those choosing religious options. In the wake of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, does that distinction still pass constitutional muster? Interview Guests: Jason Bedrick is Director of Policy for EdChoice. Previously, Bedrick served as policy analyst with the Cato Institute's Center for Educational Freedom. He also served as a legislator in the New Hampshire House of Representatives and was an education policy research fellow at the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy. Bedrick received his master's degree in public policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, where he was a fellow at the Taubman Center for State and Local Government. Jay Greene is Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas. Greene's current areas of research interest include school choice, culturally enriching field trips, and the effect of schools on non-cognitive and civic values. His work has been published in journals from a diverse set of disciplines, including education (Educational Researcher), sociology (Sociology of Education), public policy (Education Finance and Policy), psychology (Psychology of Music), political science (British Journal of Political Science), and economics (Economics of Education Review). Greene has also written or edited three books. His research on school choice was cited four times in the Supreme Court's opinions in the landmark Zelman v. Simmons-Harris case. Greene has been a professor of government at the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Houston. Jay received his B.A. in history from Tufts University and his Ph.D. from the Government Department at Harvard University. Tweet of the Week: Lech Wałęsa, founder of the Polish free trade union Solidarity and former president of Poland, on his career and his country, forty years on from the uprising that set that career in motion https://t.co/B9LJb54xif — The New York Review of Books (@nybooks) September 1, 2020 *NEW DAY, NEW TIME!* Season Two of "The Learning Curve" airs on Wednesdays at 12 pm ET each week. The next episode will be available on Wednesday, September 16th, 2020 with Kelly Smith, Founder and CEO of Prenda. News links: Croydon family suing for town to pay Catholic school, arguing state law is unconstitutional https://www.unionleader.com/news/education/croydon-family-suing-for-town-to-pay-catholic-school-arguing-state-law-is-unconstitutional/article_ba5600a1-2a2f-5af1-bb65-4f2883efaede.html Government Schools in Baltimore Take a Page from Pandemic Pods by Organizing Their Own Small Groups https://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2020/09/02/baltimore-city-schools-rec-parks-to-host-in-person-learning-centers-for-fall-semester/ Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/the-learning-curve/u-ark-prof-jay-greene-edchoices-jason-bedrick-on-yeshivas-vs-new-york-religious-liberty/.Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and see what you’ve been missing: https://ricochet.com/membership/.Subscribe to The Learning Curve in Apple Podcasts (and leave a 5-star review, please!), or by RSS feed. For all our podcasts in one place, subscribe to the Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed in Apple Podcasts or by RSS feed.
The King of Stuff welcomes Jason Bedrick, the Director of Policy for EdChoice. Jason just wrote a piece for the Wall Street Journal on teachers' unions fighting against reopening K-12 schools and parents' understandable frustration. Jon and Jason discuss the damage of not re-opening, districts charging for daycare, and the Tocquevillian rise of microschools and "pandemic pods." Previously, Bedrick was a policy analyst with the Cato Institute's Center for Educational Freedom, served as a legislator in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, and was an education policy research fellow at the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy. Subscribe to our brand-new Spotify playlist featuring picks from Jon and his guest. Sponsored by CarShield, The Bradley Foundation Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/king-of-stuff/reopen-the-schools-with-jason-bedrick/.Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and see what you’ve been missing: https://ricochet.com/membership/.Subscribe to King of Stuff in Apple Podcasts (and leave a 5-star review, please!), or by RSS feed. For all our podcasts in one place, subscribe to the Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed in Apple Podcasts or by RSS feed.