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Separate but unequal tiered system of schools created post-Katrina.
Our view: Disabled, foster-care pupils shouldn't lose funding, but state must cap program amid questions about its legality An effort by some lawmakers to find money for a school voucher program that was sacrificed in the lengthy and difficult state budgeting process should raise questions about how legislative priorities are set.
By Curtis LeMay / Special to The Herald I read Jim Watkins' recent letter on school vouchers with interest, and I agree with his assessment. However, Mr.
By Akilah Johnson, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Aug. 5--Florida's school voucher program is again under a microscope after a judge decided Monday that two proposed constitutional amendments can appear on the November ballot.
By Vicki McClure, The Orlando Sentinel, Fla. Aug. 4--A proposed state constitutional amendment offers what sounds like a simple and painless remedy for improving public education in Florida -- require every school district to spend at least 65 percent of its money on classroom instruction.
By Malin Rising STOCKHOLM, Sweden - Schools run by private enterprise? Free iPods and laptop computers to attract students? It may sound out of place in Sweden, that paragon of taxpayer- funded cradle-to-grave welfare.
By Rev. Richard B. "Rick" Waller AS A former public educator, like Mr. Karl Priest, I have come to different conclusions as to the state and direction of public education. Mr.
By Ferrin, Scott Ellis Hallam, Pamela R I.
By Walker, Olene S It is an honor for me to welcome you to the State of Utah and to the Brigham Young University campus. I commend the J. Reuben Clark Law School, the David O.
By Campbell, David E I.
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