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New Voucher Study in Louisiana by Arkansas Researchers:A Comprehensive Summary of Effects after Three Years

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'Voucher advocates have been reeling by the convergence of recent studies showing that children who take vouchers lose ground academically. One new study of vouchers in Louisiana conducted by pro-choice researchers from the University of Arkansas (Walton-funded researchers) has found that if students stay in the voucher program longer than one year, they eventually get the same test scores as students attending public schools. So, why divert money from public schools that educate all students?

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