Fix the Courts: Stand with Hank on Court Reform

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What Hank believes:

  • High-quality education (like health care) must be a right of all Americans, not a privilege.
  • Chronic underinvestment in education seriously threatens America’s future competitiveness and well-being.
  • The single most important investment we can make is in the literacy, aptitude, productivity, and enlightenment of all Americans, young and old.
  • We must strive to make college and higher education a possibility for all Americans who are eager to achieve that level of scholarship and post-secondary and training/re-training opportunities available to everyone.
  • Teaching is among the noblest and most essential callings in society and should be rewarded accordingly.
  • Massive inequality within our educational system effectively condemns Americans living in poor and under-served communities to economic hardship.