DAILY SIGNAL: How Education Freedom Could Solve Our Crisis

Arizona is leading the way in education freedom.

Gov. Doug Ducey, a Republican, just became the first governor to sign into law universal education saving accounts for every student in Arizona.

Education saving accounts give parents access to tax dollars for their child’s education. Instead of tax dollars automatically going to public schools in a family’s ZIP code, the education money follows the student.

Education freedom programs allow parents to choose to use the tax dollars allocated to their child to send him or her to a private school, to buy books for homeschooling, or to pursue alternative education options.

During this “Week of Action,” The Heritage Foundation is promoting the need for school choice through programs such as education savings accounts.(The Daily Signal is Heritage’s multimedia news organization.)

Education freedom serves the needs of students and puts power back in the hands of parents, who know the needs of their children better than anyone else.

On today’s episode of the “Problematic Women” podcast, we discuss the need for education freedom across America.

Also on today’s show, we look at the story of a teenager who had an illegal abortion and then tried to destroy the evidence so her mother didn’t find out. We explain how the mainstream media covered it.

Plus, a new social media app tries hard not to be like Instagram. We tell you what you need to know. And as always, we’ll crown our Problematic Woman of the Week.

Listen to the podcast below.

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