School improvement providers that can ally with moderate Democrats need a presence in Washington if they hope to preserve and expand the industry. They need to kill off two impressions: First, that the industry sees a trade off between quality and profits, and favor the latter over the former. Second, that it hopes public education will be turned over to the private sector. Listen here.
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