National Coalition for Public School Options
“This landmark legislation has been five years in the making according to state Senator Patricia Rucker, who vocally supported providing West Virginia students with alternatives to failing brick and mortar schools in her district.
During a webinar event held earlier this week, we heard from thought leaders and West Virginia-based education advocates for parent choice including Jason Huffman, Director of West Virginia for Americans for Prosperity, West Virginia State Senator Patricia Rucker and Garrett Ballengee, Executive Director of the Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy. Hosted by EdChoice, this panel was moderated by its CEO Robert Enlow.”
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