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Jeanne Allen joins the podcast to discuss the creation and impact of the Yass Prize. The annual award provides education entrepreneurs with a $1 million grand prize, as well as dozens of smaller awards, in order to honor and connect organizations providing sustainable, transformational, and outstanding educational opportunities for students. Jeanne also shares her motivation for founding the Center for Education Reform 30 years ago, and her role in rallying parents and making education freedom the most important domestic issue of our time.
The Students Over Systems podcast features conversations that celebrate education freedom and brighter futures. Host Ginny Gentles, director of the Education Freedom Center at Independent Women’s Forum, is joined by the parents and policymakers who empower families with leverage and options.
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