School Choice in America 2009: What It Means for Children’s Futures — Lindsey Burke, The Heritage Foundation

What does school choice mean for American’s daily lives? It means that more and more parents are able to send their children to safer, better schools. It means that students need not remain trapped in failing and dangerous schools-though too many students still are. Congress, as well as state and local policymakers, must enact policies that give all American children the opportunity to learn and achieve. This report details the latest school-choice facts and figures for the 2009-2010 school year.

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