Jane Robbins is an attorney and a senior fellow with American Principles Project, based out of Georgia. In that position, she has modeled federal and state legislation designed to restore the constitutional autonomy of states and parents in education policy, and to protect the rights of religious freedom and conscience. Her essays on these topics have been published in various print and online media, including Townhall, The Federalist, The American Spectator, The Daily Caller, Christian Post, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Public Discourse, and others.
She is a co-author of the book, Deconstructing the Administrative State: The Fight for Liberty, as well as the APP Foundation/Pioneer Institute report, Controlling Education From the Top: Why Common Core Is Bad for America. In addition to her groundbreaking research highlighting the problems with Common Core, including those of intrusive data-collection and threats to student privacy, Ms. Robbins has testified before the legislatures of nine states. She is a graduate of Clemson University and Harvard Law School.