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Cardinal Institute Celebrates National School Choice Week!

The Cardinal Institute was proud to host a special event in West Virginia during the national celebration of school choice, known as National School Choice Week. We had a great crowd and enjoyed some great coverage from the Hagerstown, MD television station. Check us out!… Read More
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Choices for Children: Lanna’s Story, Education Savings Accounts

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Malachi’s Story, Education Savings Accounts

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Education Savings Accounts, Introductory Video

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What Exactly is Wrong with West Virginia’s Education System? Lack of Choice!

In this Charleston Gazette-Mail Daily Mail opinion page op-ed, Cardinal’s Jessi Troyan attempts to diagnose the disease infecting West Virginia’s education system. Jessi’s prescription? School choice and more competition!… Read More
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2018 Trends in West Virginia: Entrepreneurship, School Choice, Inequality, One-Party Rule, Oligarchy

In a forward-looking episode of the “Front Porch,” Jessi Troyan makes some predictions on what might be in store for West Virginia in 2018. Most exciting? School choice and entrepreneurship!!… Read More
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WVPB Front Porch Podcast: Will Tax Reform Help West Virginia?

In this episode of the “Front Porch,” Jessi Troyan discusses the potential benefits to West Virginia with the tax reform efforts taking place in the halls of Congress. Read More
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Cardinal on the WVPB “Front Porch” Podcast: Why is WV’s Education System Struggling and Failing its Students?

In this episode of “Front Porch,” Cardinal’s development director, Jessi Troyan, talks about West Virginia’s struggles with educating its children. Approximately 1/3 of college-going seniors must take remedial courses in college … why?… Read More
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Op-Ed: Zooming In on West Virginia’s Rules and Regulations

In this Charleston Gazette-Mail op-ed, Cardinal’s executive director, Garrett Ballengee, and James Broughel, Phd., of the Mercatus Center, make the case that West Virginia should carefully review and remove any unnecessary rules and regulations — the state’s economy depends on it. Read More
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Monty Warner and Bill Maloney: Civil society in America

Two of the Cardinal Institute’s board members, Bill Maloney and Monty Warner, discuss how charity and civil society are woven into the American fabric in the Charleston Gazette Mail‘s Daily Mail opinion page. Read More