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In an interview with The Seventy Four co-founder and editor-in-chief Campbell Brown, Dr. Howard Fuller — civil rights activist and education advocate — discusses the state of the education reform movement, the successes and challenges in New Orleans a decade after Hurricane Katrina, the implications of the 2016 presidential election on the nation’s education system, and the enduring importance of charter schools. Throughout, Dr. Fuller emphasizes the importance of school choice combined with the necessity of empowering the communities whose children are impacted by education reform.
Dr. Fuller on the future of education reform
On a potential Bush or Clinton administration
On the New Orleans success story
On the importance of school choice