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Lips Dan & Feinberg Evan (2006). School Choice : 2006 Progress Report. Washington (DC) : The Heritage Foundation, Domestic Policy Studies Department. En ligne : <http://www.heritage.org ... ch/Education/bg1970.cfm>. 
Added by: Brigitte Bacconnier (21 Jun 2007 14:06:32 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Government Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Lips2006
Categories: General
Keywords: carte scolaire
Creators: Feinberg, Lips
Publisher: The Heritage Foundation (Washington (DC))
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URLs     http://www.heritag ... ucation/bg1970.cfm
Abstract     
Across the country, parental choice in education is growing and working. Today, a dozen states and the District of Columbia have private school choice programs. Existing school choice programs have been shown to increase parental satisfaction, improve academic achievement of participating children, and improve public school performance through competition. The growing success of school choice programs has led more policymakers to support expanding parental choice in education. Already in 2006, eight states have enacted new initiatives or expanded existing private school choice programs. However, millions more children in the United States could benefit from the opportunity to attend schools of their parents’ choice. State and federal policymakers should implement student-centered reforms to give all parents the ability to direct their children’s education. (auteur)
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