The-Right-Idea-Logo_subscribe

Join Volunteer President of No Better Friend Corp., Kevin Nicholson, on the Right Idea Podcast where we'll tell the stories of real people and the ways in which their lives have been positively impacted by conservative ideas and policies. The Right Idea Podcast takes a deep dive into the human stories behind our group's five pillars: promoting policies that drive economic growth; strengthening education for all Americans; promoting market forces in health care; creating a culture that embraces and protects innocent life; and the promotion of a strong national defense to stop wars before they start.

Kevin Nicholson Headshot 2017 (1)

Kevin Nicholson

Volunteer President & CEO

The Right Idea Podcast

No Better Friend Corp.

The Right Idea Podcast- Episode 8- Siena Catholic Schools- Racine

May 30, 2020

The Right Idea Podcast Season 1, Episode 8 “A Conversation About Siena Catholic Schools in Racine” With a network of five grade schools and a middle/high school that has a 100% graduation rate, Siena Catholic Schools is building a solid foundation for students to grow and reach their full potential as a whole person – […]

The Right Idea Podcast- Episode 7- Lutheran Special School and Education Services- Hales Corners

May 30, 2020

The Right Idea Podcast Season 1, Episode 7 “A Visit to Lutheran Special School in Hales Corners” With a focus on supporting the unique learning challenges faced by students with special needs, many attending Lutheran Special School & Education Services are recipients of the Special Needs Scholarship – an important part of school choice in […]

The Right Idea Podcast- Episode 6- St. Marcus Lutheran School- Milwaukee

May 30, 2020

The Right Idea Podcast Season 1, Episode 6 “A Visit to St. Marcus School in Milwaukee” With the structure provided to students through a “No Excuses” policy, St. Marcus School is helping students to be the best they can – and rewarding them with the addition of a color-coded tie to their uniform that signals […]

The Right Idea Podcast- Episode 5- Milwaukee Lutheran High School

May 30, 2020

The Right Idea Podcast Season 1, Episode 5 “A Visit to Milwaukee Lutheran High School’s Free Enterprise Academy” The educators at Milwaukee Lutheran High School have responded to a need to help students figure out what to do after high school graduation by teaching them practical life skills through the Red Knight Institute – a […]

The Right Idea Podcast- Episode 4- Lighthouse Christian School- Madison

May 30, 2020

The Right Idea Podcast Season 1, Episode 4 “A Visit to Lighthouse Christian School in Madison” Showing love to their students and meeting them where they’re at, sets Lighthouse Christian School apart from other schools. But despite often-difficult circumstances, students are also achieving great results, with the school receiving a rating of “Significantly Exceeds Expectations,” […]

The Right Idea Podcast-Episode 3- Cristo Rey Jesuit High School- Milwaukee

May 30, 2020

The Right Idea Podcast Season 1, Episode 3 “A Visit to Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Milwaukee” Student “trailblazers” at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School are working in businesses in the community as part of the school’s Corporate Work Study Program. And the results are worth it, with 100% of their graduates receiving acceptance […]

The Right Idea Podcast- Episode 2- Background on School Choice

May 30, 2020

The Right Idea Podcast Season 1, Episode 2 “The History and Basics of School Choice in Wisconsin” School choice began with bipartisan support in Wisconsin, with the ideas that parents should have options when it comes to educating their children. Today, “school choice” can mean anything from open enrollment, to using a voucher or special […]

The Right Idea Podcast- Episode 1- Introduction

May 30, 2020

The Right Idea Podcast Season 1, Episode 1 “Introduction to The Right Idea Season 1: School Choice” Welcome to Season 1 of The Right Idea Podcast, where we focus on the life-changing impact of school choice in Wisconsin for students and their families. Children don’t have time for politicians to fix broken schools, and that’s […]

Scroll to Top