Hosted by Cato Institute, in collaboration with Civitas Institute
Join us for breakfast on June 5th for a panel discussion on the ways we can reach across the aisle to help students from all backgrounds and incomes receive the education opportunities they deserve!
Neal McCluskey, Director of the Cato Institute’s Center for Educational Freedom
Dr. Anna Egalite, Assistant Professor for the NCU Department of Educational Leadership, Policy and Human Development
Sen. Todd Johnson, Member of the Senate Education/Higher Education Committee
Hon. Paul Stam, Former State House Majority Leader and Attorney
Hon. Joel Ford, Former Democratic Legislator & Board Member of Parents for Educational Freedom North Carolina
North Carolina helped lead the nation when it passed groundbreaking legislation enabling charter schools in 1996. The Tar Heel state further led the way by eliminating its charter cap in 2011 and when it introduced its Opportunity Scholarships program in 2013. Now, as our national political climate grows increasingly partisan, state leaders in North Carolina have the opportunity to again lead the way through bi-partisan cooperation and common sense good governance.
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