The U.S. Needs Educational Pluralism
“Most of us assume that public education is one thing because we’ve always known it that way. Part of what I’m trying to do is to pull back from our context and just start a new kind of conversation,” says Dr. Ashely Berner, a Cardus Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy. Listen in to the Faith Angle podcast as Dr. Berner explains the need for educational pluralism in the United States (and Canada, by extension).