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5 reasons public education is vital

Posted on September 2, 2011 at 1:00pm 2 Comments

Heather Clayton Staker at Innosight Institute crystalizes why Public Education is so important for this nation. I find her ideas inspiring, and good to reflect upon going into the new school year. I am so inspired by teachers who have a passion for what they do, and Heather succinctly captures why we should care and support our public education system.

 

Her essay was posted in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, here:…

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