Study: Vouchers appease parents, but don't improve achievement

06/22/2007 | NYTimes.com

The first year of Washington, D.C.'s federally financed school voucher program did not deliver significantly improved math or reading achievement, but did satisfy parents, according to a new U.S. Education Department study. Students said they felt neither more satisfied nor safer than they did at public schools.

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