Vouchers, the Supreme Court, and the Next Political Rounds
by Tyll Van Geel — 2003
Following a summary of the majority and dissenting opinions in Zelman, this chapter explores those constitutional issues that as a practical political matter may diminish the enthusiasm for and the likelihood of any widespread adoption of vouchers, regardless of the arguably beneficial effects vouchers might have on student achievement and the general improvement of our educational system.
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