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CTA Radio Ad - Kids Not Profits | "Heading Back"

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Just as students are heading back to school…THEY’RE back, too...a handful of billionaires. Coming for our local public schools. That’s right. Billionaires from out-of-state and here in California are funding political campaigns across the state pushing their agenda to divert money OUT of our public schools and into their corporate charter schools. These billionaires have already spent more than 70 million dollars in California trying to elect candidates — including a new Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction. Campaigns to impose THEIR education agenda on our schools. We can’t let them win -- Californians don't support their corporate charter schools and privatization policies. We need leaders who put the priority on strengthening neighborhood public schools…and leaders who always put kids before profits. You can learn more about these Billionaires and their corporate education agenda at "Kids Not Profits.Com". Paid for by the California Teachers Association.
Just as students are heading back to school…THEY’RE back, too...a handful of billionaires. Coming for our local public schools. That’s right. Billionaires from out-of-state and here in California are funding political campaigns across the state pushing their agenda to divert money OUT of our public schools and into their corporate charter schools. These billionaires have already spent more than 70 million dollars in California trying to elect candidates — including a new Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction. Campaigns to impose THEIR education agenda on our schools. We can’t let them win -- Californians don't support their corporate charter schools and privatization policies. We need leaders who put the priority on strengthening neighborhood public schools…and leaders who always put kids before profits. You can learn more about these Billionaires and their corporate education agenda at "Kids Not Profits.Com". Paid for by the California Teachers Association.

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