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Clinton’s Baseless Charter School Claim
by: Sara Mead November 25, 2015
Earlier this month, Hillary Clinton told a South Carolina audience that “most charter schools … don’t take the hardest-to-teach kids,” accelerating an already heated public debate about charter school discipline policies and the role of charters in education reform. Unfortunately, much of the media coverage has focused on the political horse-race dynamics at play here:
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The Leadership Project for America Foundation believes America's leaders need to embrace limited, constitutional government; a free market economy; and a virtuous society. Leadership Project for America Foundation will educate the public on policy ideas based on the principles of Opportunity and Fairness for All, Defending the Vulnerable, Security and Safety, and American Exceptionalism.