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In a recent interview between Graham Martin-Brown and George Werner regards to Liberia’s new script-based education policy, Werner made the comment that “Bridge doesn’t tolerate teachers unions in the schools it operates.” This got me thinking, what if there were no education unions? How would education be different? Would it allow for more innovation and disruption? Would this always be positive? This is such an interesting question and really makes me think about the world that we maybe moving into in the future.

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