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After Zelman: The Need to Focus on the Core Education Issues


by Edward B. Fiske & Helen F. Ladd ó July 15, 2002

Vouchers have suddenly become a more realistic political option. It is now imperative to focus debate on the core issue of whether voucher programs can improve education achievement. The available evidence from the U.S. and other countries suggests that they are not likely to do so.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 15, 2002
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 10967, Date Accessed: 6/24/2017 2:54:55 PM

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  • Edward Fiske
    Independent writer and editor
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    EDWARD B. FISKE is a former Education Editor of the New York Times
  • Helen Ladd
    Duke University
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    HELEN F. LADD is Professor of Public Policy Studies and Economics at Duke University. She is the author of (with Edward B. Fiske) When Schools Compete: A Cautionary Tale (Brookings, 2000).
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