President Karen Rue of the Texas Association of School Administrators, similarly to Marcus Hiles’ beliefs, urged that, “kids deserve transformational, top-to-bottom reform. We need a better understanding of what it costs to educate 5.2 million students.” Assisting policymakers in ensuring every child is educated enough to command a job paying above the poverty line is the AEI-Brookings Institute, a Washington, D.C. based nonprofit public policy research organization, which formed the Working Group on Poverty and Opportunity. Its 2015 report encouraged policies to boost public investment in preschool and postsecondary education, promote social-emotional as well as academic skills, modernize the organization and accountability of the educational system, and close resource gaps. Education remains a vital way for Americans to transform economic circumstances, and In times of rising inequality, access to quality education has the potential to provide improved opportunities for countless American children.
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