Alabama Policy Institute senior fellow J. Pepper Bryars discussed the state’s scholarship program for low-income families on the most recent episode of the 1819 podcast.

Bryars shared his own story of moving from a public to a private school during a pivotal time and interviewed Ryan Cantrell, a school choice advocate who was an aide in the Alabama State Senate when the law establishing the program was passed.

Listen to the episode here:

https://www.podbean.com/eu/pb-rega3-ba788b

 


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