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Aired 11 months ago 35:09
Why School Choice Is Growing Everywhere
National School Choice Week, an annual event that coordinates thousands of events nationwide designed to bring attention to alternatives to traditional public K-12 education, runs through Saturday, January 26 (go here for more information). For today's Reason Podcast, Nick Gillespie spoke with the group's president, Andrew Campanella, about the remarkable growth of school choice over the past few decades, especially since the introduction of charter schools in the mid-1990s. About 10 percent of the nation's 50 million K-12 students attend a school they choose rather than the traditional method of residential assignment, says Campanella, who notes that the trend is getting stronger every year. In a wide-ranging conversation about the different forms of school choice, he argues that school choice is part of a wider societal movement toward increasing personalization in many goods and services and a reflection of the recognition that education is one of the central ways for people to realize their potential.
Aired 3 months ago 43:22
Jonny Mac He left it all for a truck and some beans.
Jonny Mac â€“ He left it all for a truck and some beans.
Aired 1 year ago 84:19
Episode 24: Live From Uno's with Rob Zarko of Ship Bottom Brewery and Jersey Beer Guys & A Girl Podcast!!
Live From Uno's with Jersey Beer Guys & A Girl! We go live at Uno's of Maple Shade at a Ship Bottom Brewery Tap Takeover! Â Owner Rob Zarko joins us to talk about Ship Bottom's new beers, the current beer climate in New Jersey, and his upcoming releases. Â Check out Ship Bottom's Beers all across New Jersey and Eastern Pa, plus grab a cold one at their Pop Up Brewery at Linvilla Orchards just outside of Media, Pa! We had a great time talking beer at this Mash-Up with JBG&AG! Â Special guests stopped by and got on mic as well! Â Dan Hoover, Manager Mike, and writer Clark Sweeney to name a few! Â