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INDIANAPOLIS, July 11, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Indiana Department of Education (DOE) has recently released a parent application form that allows lower income families to apply for vouchers to schools that best fit their children's needs.
By Thomas D. Elias For each of the past six years, it's been accurate to suggest that students entering high school take a good look around at their classmates, for about one-third of the youngsters they'd see weren't going to be around on graduation day almost four years later.
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.
A study of the new Ohio Educational Choice Scholarship (EdChoice) program's effect on public schools has found academic gains among students in designated public schools.
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.
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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 Wolf, Patrick J I. INTRODUCTION A number of important policy questions surround school voucher initiatives.