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Vouchers and the Cleveland Scholarship Program: Little Progress So Far

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Voucher programs are intended to raise the academic achievement of students, but, unfortunately, so far the evidence suggests that Cleveland’s voucher students perform no better than their counterparts in public schools.

Voucher programs are intended to raise the academic achievement of students, but, unfortunately, so far the evidence suggests that Cleveland’s voucher students perform no better than their counterparts in public schools.


Suggested citation: Belfield, Clive R., 2006. "Vouchers and the Cleveland Scholarship Program: Little Progress So Far," Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary, 03.01.2006.

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