116. The TRUTH About School Choice & Government-Run Schools w Randan Steinhauser | Ep. 34
In Let People Prosper episode #34, I talk with Randan Steinhauser about how school choice through universal education savings accounts puts students, teachers, and parents first to let people prosper.
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In today's episode of the "Let People Prosper" podcast, which was recorded on February 27, 2023, I'm joined by Randan Steinhauser, who shared her insights on School Choice, including:
Why School Choice puts students, parents, and teachers first;
How government-run schools are a failing system that put families last and educational bureaucrats first; and
Why Universal Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) are the best path forward for school choice in Texas and beyond, and much more.
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Randan Steinhauser’s bio and other info (here):
Randan Steinhauser is the Founding Partner of Steinhauser Strategies, which she launched in 2013 after relocating to Austin from Washington, D.C. Randan specializes in issue advocacy, non-profit, and corporate communications.
Randan’s career began in the Governor’s Office in South Carolina. In 2009 she joined the staff for U.S. Senator Jim DeMint in Washington, D.C. and later transitioned into the non-profit world working in foreign policy and education reform for former U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
She has worked in more than 30 states on issue advocacy and political campaigns. Randan assists clients with media relations, coalition development, strategic communications, and government affairs.
Originally from South Carolina, Randan is a graduate of The University of South Carolina. She attended The Women’s Campaign School at Yale University and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Communication from Johns Hopkins University. She is the proud mother of four including a set of identical twins.
Find her on Twitter (@RandanMarie).
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