Critics of improved charter school accountability lack evidence and put forward misperceptions. The GCI study provides sensible suggestions for taxpayer accountability for charter schools where three in four are currently engaged in questionable financial transactions with the same people who own/run the charter.
Well-funded invisible risk-pools would improve the Affordable Care Act and are critical to making any replacement for it function.
The latest U.S. News and World Report “Best High School” rankings are out and the BASIS charter operators claim the top five spots in Arizona. Those same five schools nationally take the top three spots, #5 and #7.
The House GOP-Proposal would lead to sharply higher premiums for lower income, older adults compared to the Affordable Care Act.
Can 200 people give $200 each to take GCI one step closer to full-time?
The Grand Canyon Institute began five years ago–we were a baby then–but we’re ready to grow up. Help us do that by donating today (it’s tax deductible).
No, Rob Robb, the GCI prop. 206 analysis is centrist. It’s modeled after a CBO study that you praised.
Will Prop. 206 increase in-home health prices 25 to 50 percent? That’s what Mark Young,, President of the Arizona In-Home Health Care Assoc., suggests. No. Not even close.
With the Trump Campaign announcing support for paid family leave for mothers for the first time in a Presidential race both major candidates for President are publicly supporting paid family leave.
In the last few years when states like California have hiked taxes on the rich, while Kansas slashed them—and comparatively California has boomed and Kansas plummeted. Arizona preceded Kansas with cuts beginning in 1994 that now total approximately $4 million annually—meaning our General Fund is about $9.5 billion instead of $13.5 billion, a pretty significant difference..
The effort to expand private school vouchers at the legislature is a perfect example of ideology leading policy.