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Chris Braunlich is a former member of the Fairfax County School Board, and vice president of the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy. The views expressed here are his own and do not necessary reflect the opinions of the Institute or its Board of Directors. He may be reached at c.Braunlich@att.net.

Written by Mr. Christian N. Braunlich

January 2010

The Positive Legal Consequences of a Disabilities Scholarship
The Positive Legal Consequences of a Disabilities Scholarship — By Chris Braunlich As the General Assembly struggles to reduce costs and burdens on local school divisions this year, they might consider a scholarhip for students with disabilities. (1/7/2009) Read It Here!

December 2009

Opportunities for the New Governor
Opportunities for the New Governor — By Michael Thompson It's the month before Christmas and all through the Statehouse, Governor Tim Kaine is crafting his final budget for public view. What does it mean for incoming Governor Bob McDonnell? Read It Here!
 

November 2009

Will Bipartisanship Rule in Building Charter Schools?
Will Bipartisanship Rule in Building Charter Schools? — By Chris Braunlich A 17-point victory offers newly-elected Governor Bob McDonnell a mandate on those policies he made part of his platform. Developing quality public charter schools - particularly those that would serve as a turn-around mechanism - seems a good a place as any to start. But will bipartisanship rule, or will it be politics as usual? (11/12/2009) Read It Here!

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