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No Generation Holds a Copyright on Learning Innovation

By Mike Klein We have a choice this fall:  Do we want to be nationally recognized as innovators who push the learning envelope or, will Georgia become the first state in the country whose voters reject a constitutional amendment that would guarantee public school options for families? Last week’s Georgia Public Policy Foundation commentary by Benita Dodd provides terrific context to positions on both sides of the proposed constitutional amendment question that will ask voters, “Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended to allow state or local approval of public charter schools upon the request of local communities?” No generation holds a copyright on learning innovation.  We cannot predict how innovation tomorrow will advance learning to better levels of accessibility… View Article

…One of the best things about the Georgia Public Policy Foundation is that it has such a broad membership base.

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