Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education in the George H.W. Bush administration Diane Ravitch made the argument for why she believes public education should not be privatized.
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- Diane Ravitch Assistant Secretary (Former) Department of Education->Research
Susan Solomon President United Educators of San Francisco
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