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Nina Rubin: Georgians Pass Charter School Amendment

November 14, 2012

In November 2012, 58 percent of Georgia voters approved a state constitutional amendment to allow independent charter schools. Nina Rubin, communications director for the Georgia Charter Schools Association and director of the Georgia Parent Advocacy Network, joins the podcast to explain what, exactly, voters approved and what it means for school choice in the state. She discusses why parents see charter schools as a must for improving their state's K-12 education quality.