Who wants more school choice?
A recent poll of black, single moms in New York City with school-aged children found that nearly 90 percent “don’t believe the traditional approach to public school meets students’ needs,” reports The…
Catrin Wigfall is a Policy Fellow at American Experiment North Dakota.
Catrin’s experience in education and policy research began during her time with the Young Leaders Program at The Heritage Foundation. Her interest in education policy led her to spend two years teaching 5th grade general education and 6th grade Latin in Arizona as a Teach for America corps member. She then used her classroom experience to transition back into education policy work at the California Policy Center before joining American Experiment in February 2017.
Catrin graduated summa cum laude from Azusa Pacific University in California, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.
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