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The Paw’dcast: Diane Ravitch

Diane Ravitch discusses how her opinions on the privatization of schools has changed over her years working in the government.


Emma Chiu

Journalist Angie Coiro interviews Diane Ravitch at Kepler’s Bookstore in Menlo Park.

Taila Lee, Coeditor in Chief

Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education Diane Ravitch spoke at the Menlo Park Kepler’s Bookstore on February 6 to talk about the effects of school privatization on communities across America.

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