HUNTSVILLE RADIO: Rachel Bryars discusses 4 Alabama Accountability Act myths

Jan 25, 2019

API Senior Fellow Rachel Blackmon Bryars recently joined Fred Holland on 105.3 and 1450 WTKI Talk Huntsville to tackle four of the biggest myths surrounding the Alabama Accountability Act and the tax-credit scholarships that help low-income students transfer into a different school: — Myth #1: Scholarships steal money from public schools — Myth #2: Even […]

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