Neal McCluskey

Director, CATO Institute's Center for Educational Freedom

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Director of the CATO Institute's Center for Educational Freedom

Neal McCluskey on KCRW

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Tackling the Resegregation of American Public Schools

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Educators and Governors in all states — except Alaska and Texas — have agreed on uniform, national standards for teaching English and Math in grades K through 12.

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Educators and Governors in all states — except Alaska and Texas — have agreed on uniform, national standards for teaching English and Math in grades K through 12.

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