School Choice: How Student-Based Funding Works
January 29, 2015 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
653 Massachussetts Ave, Indianapolis , IN
School choice gives parents the freedom to choose their children’s education, while encouraging healthy competition among schools to better serve families’ needs.
School choice lets parents use the public funds set aside for their children’s education to choose the schools—public or private, near or far, religious or secular—that work best for them.
Join us as we host The Friedman Foundation for Educational ChoicePresident, Robert Enlow, for a discussion about school choice, its effects thus far in Indiana, and what the landscape is like across the country.
We hope to see you there!
We’ll have drinks and small bites for those who socialize at 6:30 PM, and Mr. Enlow will begin his remarks about 7:30 PM with time for Q&A afterward.
Meet the speaker!
– Robert C. Enlow, President and CEO of the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, the school choice legacy foundation of Milton and Rose D. Friedman. Robert has been an integral part of the Foundation since its founding in 1996, previously serving as fundraiser, projects coordinator, vice president, and executive director prior to being named president and CEO in 2009.
Under his leadership, the Foundation has become one of the nation’s leading advocates for school choice, working in dozens of states to advance its founders’ vision by disseminating research, sponsoring seminars, undertaking advertising campaigns, organizing community leaders, and providing grants.