Of all the major educational reform proposals advanced in the past decades, education vouchers must be rated as highly significant and very popular with the public (a recent Gallup Poll revealed that 60% of the sample favors some type of education voucher). Following closely on the heels of a series of reform failures, and with reformers now faced with a depleting stockpile of implementable ideas needed to tackle the now well-established crises in American education, the voucher plan offers a fresh approach to the problem.
"Internal vs. External Voucher Plans for Educational Reform: Public Schools of Choice,"
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