Op-Ed: School Choice a Way to Improve West Virginia’s Economy
In this op-ed in the Daily Mail Opinion Page of the Charleston Gazette-Mail, Cardinal’s communications associate, Amanda Kieffer makes the argument the school choice will not only better the state’s education system, but it will also improve the economy. A sample below (full piece can be found here):
“With a stubborn unemployment rate and significant pockets of poverty, West Virginia needs every economic boost it can get.
Thankfully, one policy solution could lead to economic growth — if we can embrace it. This National School Choice Week, which runs from Jan. 20 through Jan. 26, we should recognize school choice as one important ingredient necessary to revitalizing the West Virginia economy.”