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John is in the studio to talk Tom Price and his private planes, Success Academy claims that it’s not subject to Freedom of Information Law requests, and catching up on a whole lot of listener mail. Photo courtesy of District office of Tom Price via Wikimedia Commons    
Mike Ludwig joins us to talk about his story on how the New Orleans charter system impacts poor residents. Also, the White House suggests that a black ESPN commenter should be fired for criticizing the president, and two tech guys want to replace bodegas with an app. Mike Ludwig, via Twitter
John and Molly take a close look at the way the momentum behind education reform in New York City has changed since 2014. Success Academy Harlem Photo by Jim Henderson courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Two different stories look at public school closures and what happens to the kids who rely on so called “failing schools,” and Morning John what to watch for during the August recess. No Child Left Behind Act photo by US Federal Government courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
The New York Times reports on an email that informed Don Jr. that Russia had compromising information on Hillary, the conservative Manhattan Institute admits that investing more money in schools shows improved outcomes, and David Brooks still works for the New York Times. Donald Trump Jr. Photo by Gage Skidmore courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

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