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School Choice Can Heal the Divisions in Charlottesville: New at Reason

Studies show students in schools of choice have more respect for the rights of people they don't like. Tyler Kotesky writes: After last weekend's deadly 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, school choice has taken some of the blame. Jennifer Steele, an associate professor of education at American University, interviewed by The Hill, argued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' school choice advocacy could fuel the social tensions behind the clashes.
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