Nina Rees on Reauthorization of ESEA
"You ... have to empower parents with options, and charter schools are really the only way to empower low-income families to access better schools."
Our nation's most important education law was enacted 50 years ago. Congress is now working to replace it. They want to take advantage of the lessons of the last several years, and build on the progress that America's students and educators have worked hard to achieve. Nina Rees, President and C.E.O of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools discusses charter schools and the re-authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Visit the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
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