This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Quinn Townsend, Scott Newman and Mike Viola, along with Regional Leader Sarah Montalbano.
School systems across the nation are seeing declining reading scores in 4th graders. Sara Montalbano says, in Alaska, poor reading scores reflect more on flawed teaching methods than pandemic measures.
Agriculture and climate policies are increasingly in conflict. Quinn Townsend explains why funding agriculture research is a win for the climate.
We don’t seem to hear much about individuals doing truly heroic things these days. Scott Newman shares a few of the insights he gained from a recent interview with a human rights activist.
Many libertarians are frustrated by the ongoing difficulty they have in gaining traction in elections. Mike Viola says they’d be wise to take a political lesson from Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.
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