This Week on IVN: Education
Back-to-school time is approaching and IVN.us is getting ahead of the curve. This week’s theme: Education!
We’ll be looking at issues like voter education, social media in the classroom, head start programs, vouchers, and student debt this week.
What are candidates proposing? How can we find independent, non-partisan solutions to the many problems arising from our education system?
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