“Catholic schools historically have provided safe, warm, loving, and values-driven learning environments. In fact, even in the 80s, when the modern school choice movement emerged, a lot of people were pointing to Catholic schools and saying that, in these urban centers serving the same students and same communities, Catholic schools are doing something different.”
—Superintendent Kathleen Porter-Magee
Earlier this month, Partnership Superintendent Kathleen Porter-Magee was chosen by Pulitzer Prize winner and deputy editor of the Wall Street Journal, Daniel Henninger, for a panel on school choice.
Porter-Magee joined Darla Romfo, President & COO of the Children’s Scholarship Fund, and John Schilling, President of the American Federation for Children, to offer expert opinions on modern education reform and discuss how they are helping to shape the future of the movement.
The full conversation, featured on an episode of Deep Dive, is available to Fox Nation subscribers here.