By the time they reach fourth grade,
of low-income students nationwide are not proficient in reading.
All CSF families contribute a minimum of
Since 1998, CSF has provided scholarships worth $695 million, changing the lives of almostchildren in need.
of every dollar goes directly to funding scholarships; our organization’s operating expenses are funded by a few generous contributors.
"It gave us a choice when we didn't have one." Great @The74 piece on #edchoice recipients telling their stories: the74million.org/article/it-gav…
. @JasonBedrick: School choice fans need to remember: Education is about far more than test scores washingtonexaminer.com/school-choice-… #edchoice
Great piece from CSF-Oregon's Kathryn Hickok: pamplinmedia.com/pt/10-opinion/… @CascadePolicy #edchoice #parentpower