Educational Choice and Bridging the Political Divide

At the annual conservative American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) meeting this year, Dr. Steve Perry—a liberal charter school leader and passionate educational choice advocate—spoke about the poor state of K–12 education for families of color and those in poverty and inspired the audience with his ideas on how to bridge the political divide to advance universal educational choice.

To find out how Bob Marley and Pink Floyd play into it, watch his full speech below.



Dr. Perry’s appearance at ALEC was sponsored by EdChoice. To browse or request one of our speakers, researchers or policy wonks, visit our EdChoice Experts page.