Ari DeWolf was an education outreach manager at Reason Foundation, working on legislative outreach and coalition building to advance Reason's education policy agenda.
Prior to joining Reason, Ari was a government affairs specialist at the Illinois Policy Institute, where he advocated for budget, tax, ethics, education, labor, and criminal justice reforms.
Ari cut his political teeth through ten years of battling the Chicago political machine, first as an outspoken student activist and then as a lobbyist in the state legislature. Throughout, his focus has always been on partnering with individuals and organizations across ideologies to secure a more ethical and transparent government. He also served two terms on a state board of higher education, as well as a trustee of his university.
Ari graduated from Roosevelt University with a bachelor's degree in political science. He is based in Los Angeles.
California's Proposition 28 would dedicate $800 million to $1 billion a year for arts and music programs.
New York schools lost tens of thousands of students but inflation-adjusted education spending increased by $26.4 billion between 2002 and 2020.
California's Prop. 28 would require the state to dedicate 1% of total education revenue to arts and music programs in public schools.
Arizona's new student transportation law will remove unnecessary busing regulations to help families and schools across the state.
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