A new study found that students who received vouchers to attend private school had a higher rate of enrolling in and graduating from Florida’s public colleges and universities than similarly situated students who remained in public school.
A new study found that students who received vouchers to attend private school had a higher rate of enrolling in and graduating from Florida’s public colleges and universities than similarly situated students who remained in public school. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald File
A new study found that students who received vouchers to attend private school had a higher rate of enrolling in and graduating from Florida’s public colleges and universities than similarly situated students who remained in public school. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald File

Florida’s private school vouchers yield long-term gains for students, study finds

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