The three keys to school choice success (video)

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On the 2013 National Assessment for Educational Progress, only 36 percent America’s eighth graders scored proficient in reading, and only 35 percent scored proficient in mathematics. For the class of 2014, only 26 percent of those who took the ACT scored college-ready in all four subjects. If we want to turn around these depressing statistics, we need serious change in the American education system. AEI Research Fellow, Michael McShane gives you insight on how to properly look at school choice.


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