Institute for Justice and the American Legislative Exchange Council (2007). School Choice and State Constitutions : A Guide to Designing School Choice Programs. . En ligne : <http://www.alec.org/fil ... PDF/50stateSCreport.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: InstituteforJusticeandtheAmericanLegislativeExchangeCouncil2007
Keywords: carte scolaire
Creators: Institute for Justice and the American Legislative Exchange Council
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Is school choice constitutional? For the first time ever, legislators and advocates have a single authoritative and comprehensive resource for answering that question in every state in the union. And that report finds that for nearly every state, the answer is yes, if the legislation is crafted properly.
This guide is intended to arm policymakers and advocates with the essential background needed to craft constitutional school choice legislationâ€”and to forge ahead with confidence in delivering equal educational opportunity to all families, regardless of their means. But the analysis and recommendations in this report are very general and should be just the beginning of your effort to understand school choice and your state constitution. The Institute for Justice is eager to provide expert legal review of school choice proposals. Such review, ideally at the earliest possible stage in the process, is essential.
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