Public school advocates say charters, vouchers would hurt Nebraska

As reported by Margaret Reist

Public school advocates took turns at a podium in the State Capitol on Wednesday to argue against charter schools and vouchers they say would hurt what some consider the best public school systems in the nation.

“Public education is the great equalizer of our nation and the best weapon against poverty and undoubtedly one of the greatest investments we can make in our communities," said Lincoln Sen. Patty Pansing Brooks.

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