Dr. Tony Sanders | Eye on education

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Fred Martino speaks with Dr. Tony Sanders, Illinois Superintendent of Education. They discuss a wide range of issues, including: efforts to improve equity in the public education system, an initiative to address behavioral health issues, “culture wars,” and dual credit opportunities that allow students to earn a college degree while finishing their matriculation requirements.

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