Every child learns in a unique way. That’s why families should have access to choice in education, former congressman Artur Davis argued at the Heritage Foundation event “Choosing to Succeed: A Conversation about Educational Opportunity”.
Davis was one of the first supporters of Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign, but he has since left both Obama and the Democratic Party, as he explained to The Heritage Foundation’s Rob Bluey last summer. He is a graduate of Harvard University and a former fellow at The Institute of Politics.
You can watch this event online as soon as video is archived here.