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Thu August 29, 2013
Do too many schools rely on gimmicks and sales pitches to attract new students?
That's the question raised in a guest column in Bridge Magazine by my next guest.
Margaret Trimer Hartley is superintendent of the University Prep Science & Math Academy in Detroit . She's also the former head of communications for the Michigan Education Association. She was also an education reporter at the Detroit Free Press.
Hartley joined us today.
Listen to the audio above.