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LTL Ep.18: Fund Every Kid: What Does It Mean and Who Wants to Do It? (ft. Matt Frendewey)

The premise is simple: At a time when tens of millions of students face nearly six months without consistent schooling, funding priorities should focus on the needs of families over institutions. Matt Frendewey explains why over 75 education advocacy organizations (and individuals like me!) have signed on to the letter to Congress calling for funding to go directly to students instead of institutions.

The goal is to fund students, not systems.

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Erika Sanzi
Erika Sanzi is a former educator and elected school committee member and the editor of this site, Project Forever Free. She is also a senior visiting fellow at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute. Her blog is Good School Hunting and her Substack is Sanzi Says. She occasionally writes for other outlets including Scary Mommy, The 74, and The Hill. She is the mother of three school aged sons and calls Rhode Island home.


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