Patrick J. Wolf
Do voucher schools serve students with disabilities?
Lawmakers threaten D.C. scholarships despite evidence of benefits
Schools of choice boost civic values
Illustration by Elizabeth Lada. In a recent report for the Abell Foundation, Kalman R. Hettleman documented the troubled history of special education in the Baltimore public school system. He attributed the failure to “the compliance maze” that special education teachers and administrators face, which consists of “ever-proliferating procedures, forms to be filled out, micro-managed administrative [...]
Last week President Obama announced a five-year, $200 million charitable initiative called My Brother’s Keeper to help young African American men.
There is no evidence that private schools in the Milwaukee voucher program discriminate against students with disabilities, but there is a great deal of misunderstanding about what the law requires.
Even in the face of substantial program attrition, students who were in the MPCP in 9th grade in 2006 graduated from high school, enrolled in college, and persisted in college at rates higher than similar students in Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS)
Diane Ravitch is angry. She is upset because parental school choice is thriving in Milwaukee.
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