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School Choice in Minnesota: Panel at Humphrey School

School Choice in Minnesota: Panel at Humphrey School (1.26.16)

Panel includes Ember Reichgott Junge (former Minnesota DFL State Senator, Richard Komer (Institute for Justice), Rep. Jenifer Loon, Minnesota House (R) moderated by Beth Hawkins, former MinnPost reporter.

Sponsored by Humphrey School of Public Affairs and Opportunity for All Kids (OAK)

OAK is chaired by CAE Founder & American Experiment Senior Fellow Mitch Pearlstein and supported by a diverse coalition of educational leaders and advocates, including the Minnesota Independent School Forum, The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Minnesota District, Center of the American Experiment, and the Minnesota Catholic Conference.

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