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School Vouchers: Characteristics of Privately Funded Programs
Marnie W. Shaul (au)
Privately funded voucher programs, started in the early 1990s, provide low-income families with private, non-governmental tuition assistance at private schools for kindergarten through grade 12. This report on privately funded voucher programs focuses on answers to the following questions: What are the characteristics of privately funded school voucher programs, including such factors as amount of tuition assistance, determination of student eligibility, and long-term challenges? What is known about the academic performance of students participating in these programs and the degree of parental satisfaction with the programs? Charts and tables.
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