(The Washington Post)
Politics
Trump on public schools: 'It's time to break up that monopoly'
At a campaign stop on Sept. 8 in Cleveland, Ohio Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pitched his education plan, which calls for $20 billion in federal funding that he says would allow poor children in low-performing public schools to enroll at charter and private schools.
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