Every child deserves access to quality public education, regardless of family income, skin color, disability, gender identity, or immigration status. Sarah will work to ensure that our public schools are adequately funded and our teachers are adequately paid. She will call for measures to close the school-to-prison pipeline and keep students engaged—investing in afterschool and mentorship programs, as well as broadening the K-12 curriculum to include vocational and career training, arts, humanities, and trade. Sarah will push for policies that expand access to higher education, including tuition-free public universities and trade schools, cancelling student debt, and restoring access to Pell Grants for incarcerated students. Under Sarah’s leadership, education will be treated as a basic right—not a debt that haunts someone for the rest of their life.
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