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K-12's Public Education Market Extends Beyond "Education" Agencies

“[S]chool board OKs charter school at jail,” by Susie Gran in today’s Albuquerque Tribune illustrates that public education agencies are hardly the only source of business for school improvement providers. Federal and state agencies responsible for juvenile justice, workforce training, health and human services, and other government functions have significant needs for the same products, services and programs. More on this over the weekend.

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