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Aaron Tang

State :  Virginia

College:  Yale

Major:  B.A. Political Science

Contact Information:  aaron@oured.org

Aaron Tang is a twenty-two year old graduate of public schools in Painesville, Ohio.  He is a 2005 graduate of Yale University with a B.A. in political science.  During the summers of his sophomore and junior year of college, he taught at Aspire, a tuition free summer program for Cleveland inner-city middle school students, summers which he considers to be the most important and formative experiences of his life.

Aaron is a 2004 Truman Scholar, 2005 USA Today All-USA College Academic First Team honoree, and recipient of the 2005 Alpheus Henry Snow Prize given by Yale University Faculty to the graduating senior who "through the combination of intellectual achievement, character and personality... has done the most for Yale by inspiring in his or her classmates an admiration and love for the best traditions of high scholarship."  Along with Ethan he was named one of the "World`s Best Emerging Social Entrepreneurs" by Echoing Green, and is a 2005 winner of the American Eagle Outfitters Live Your Life competition for his work on Our Education.  Read Aaron`s latest entry in Our Education blog, or email him at Aaron@OurEd.org.

The Right to a High Quality Public Education in America - It is a simple question, yet the answer often startles youth and adults alike: no. There is no national right to an education"let alone the right to a high quality education.

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