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Educational opportunities for military children have a sizable impact on a service member’s willingness to accept a duty assignment. With the large number of service members in our region, many school districts are working with defense leaders and military families to improve school options and outcomes near military outposts. Kojo explores school options for military children and potential solutions for our region’s service members.
- Don Soifer Executive Vice President, Lexington Institute; Vice President, DC Public Charter School Board
- Kavitha Cardoza Correspondent, Education Week
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