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Despite widespread support for school choice among families of all political stripes in Wisconsin, Democrat legislators have launched a variety of attacks on the program. This episode debunks some of the criticisms often lobbed at choice schools.
Podcast Host: Kevin Nicholson, Founder and President of No Better Friend Corp.
Produced, Written & Edited by Emelia Rohl, Communications Director of No Better Friend Corp.
Voices in this episode (in alphabetical order):
Jason Bedrick, Director of Policy, EdChoice
Jim Bender, President, School Choice Wisconsin
State Representative Jonathon Brostoff
Heather DuBois Bourenane, Wisconsin Public Education Network
Corey DeAngelis, Director of School Choice, Reason Foundation
Kimberly Desotell, GRACE Schools, Green Bay
State Senator Chris Larson
Chris Lawrence, Parent, St. Marcus School, Milwaukee
Kevin Nicholson, President & CEO, No Better Friend Corp.
Emelia Rohl, Podcast Producer / Communications Director, No Better Friend Corp.
Marcio Sierra, Pastor, Lighthouse Church, Madison
Tia Sierra, Pastor & Principal, Lighthouse Christian School, Madison
Libby Sobic, Director & Legal Counsel of Education Policy, Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty
Andrew Stith, President, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, Milwaukee
State Representative Jeremy Thiesfeldt, Chair, Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Education
Shannon Whitworth, Director of Free Enterprise Academy, Milwaukee Lutheran High School, Milwaukee
Edgar Zaragoza, Outreach Administrator, GRACE Schools, Green Bay
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