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May 8, 2015 - Marsha Familaro Enright Dialogues with Kirsten on Education - Pt 3, Making Education Available to All

Today we return to Kirsten's dialogue with Marsha Familaro Enright, founder of the Reason, Individualism, Freedom Institute. 

Advocates for public education may initially feel uncomfortable with this part of the discussion. We'd encourage you to listen anyway and keep an open mind. That's the whole reason behind what we do here at Resounding Books--to pose different viewpoints and faciliate real discussion about those varied possibilities. 

Rather than feeling threatened by ideas, we encourage open and honest evaluation of those ideas and any opportunities or options they may provide. 

We know that the trend toward centralization and standardization in education doesn't serve anyone well, most especially children. We also know that public-private partnership--Big Government and Big Business--are determined to keep us on that path, regardless of the fact that it shortchanges everyone--students, teachers, parents, and taxpayers alike. Would a true free market in education, rather than what is frequently and falsely termed free-market today--provide a way to make education accessible to all without re-exposing us to the dangers of centralization and standardization? And what might such a path look like...?

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