Reforming our public education system is a top priority. Knowledge is power, and education is the best path for people in poverty to grow out of it. Your zip code should not determine the quality of education you receive. It is time to fund public education equitably.
I am fighting to make equitable education from K-12 a priority with better funding for classroom materials, during and after school programs, more counselors in schools instead of police officers, and just wages for teachers.
My pledge is to make public colleges and universities tuition free through Education for All, and forgive student loan debt so that graduates can don't have to spend their hard earned money on paying back loans, but instead put it back into the economy.
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