Editorial: Both sides in voucher debate need good data

12/30/2003 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

A study of Cleveland's voucher program that found no difference in achievement between voucher students and non-voucher students has nevertheless yielded invaluable information. the Plain Dealer says. The newspaper says the study's data can be used by both proponents and critics of voucher programs to help all kinds of educational institutions improve the way they operate.

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