Choice and competition in education yield stronger schools, better academic performance, and better community outcomes. But can robust school choice actually drive economic growth? That’s the topic of an evening event that promises a lively discussion. Participants include: John Allison, Lt. Gov. Dan Forest, Dr. Nathan Gray and Dr. Bart Danielsen.
Join us on July 15th!
5:15PM: Registration Opens
5:15PM-6:00PM: Optional Reception with Light Refreshments
6:00PM-7:30PM: Discussion of School Choice & Economic Growth
Dr. Nathan Gray of Young-Harris College in Georgia will discuss the results of research that focused on school choice and its impact on Wake Forest, North Carolina. Dr. Bartley Danielsen of North Carolina State University will share his research about how school choice programs impact local economies, property values, family relocation patterns as well as the potential environmental benefits of school choice programs. We are also pleased to be joined by John Allison, former President of the Cato Institute and former CEO of BB&T and Lt. Governor Dan Forest.
To register for this event visit schoolchoiceprosperity.com.
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