Podcasts | Reality Check with Jeanne Allen

Episode 42: Governor Jeb Bush

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is applauded as he arrives to announce that he is ending his campaign for the White House in Columbia, South Carolina, February 20, 2016. (Randall Hill/REUTERS)

A lawmaker, advocate, businessman, and even celebrity (he did a cameo on the Emmy’s in 2016), Governor Jeb Bush has done it all! But what makes him most compelling is his command of the most important issue of our day — education. Jeb —  as he’s often known — is also Honorary Chair of the CER Summit on October 26th in Miami, Fla. (For more info, visit www.edreform.com.) In this Reality Check with Jeanne, Governor Bush discusses what it takes to make all lives better — and why innovation in all of education is essential.

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