Casting the partisan debates aside, there is something to be gained by taking an objective look at school voucher programs and what impact they actually have on students. It is only then that informed judgments can be made about these types of policies and whether or not they have any significant value in improving education for students.
Published April 4, 2017 by Sheldon Soper
An Objective Look at School Vouchers
Sheldon Soper is a New Jersey middle school teacher with over a decade of classroom experience teaching students to read, write, and problem-solve across multiple grade levels. He holds teaching certifications in English, Social Studies, and Elementary Education as well as Bachelor's and Master's degrees in the field of education. In addition to his teaching career, Sheldon is also a content writer for a variety of education, technology, and parenting websites. You can follow Sheldon on Twitter at @SoperWritings.
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