Ray Domanico on Education Policy, School Choice, and Blaine Amendments

In today’s episode we’re talking about school choice, anti-Catholic Blaine Amendments, and the recent Supreme Court ruling that allows for religious schools to participate in government programs that are open to everyone.

We are joined by Ray Domanico, a senior fellow and director of education policy at the Manhattan Institute. Domanico began his career in research positions in the New York City school system, and he has taught graduate-level courses in educational research and policy analysis. Domanico holds an MPP (Master of Public Policy) from the University of California, Berkeley.

In our mailbag segment we’re covering a question about the Paycheck Protection Program and why churches are able to access this COVID relief funding.

And stick around for the bricklayer segment when we’ll be discussing the upcoming anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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