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This Week's Podcast: Why Bar For-Profits From School Improvement?

The subject of market freedom was brought to my attention by a mass email from the Education Industry Association. In it, Executive Director Steve Pines provided information on provisions in the Miller/McKeon Discussion Draft that would directly or indirectly exclude for-profits from nine Title I school improvement programs. Are students or taxpayers disadvantaged or put at risk by products, services and programs offered by organizations that pay taxes? Listen here.

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