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EdNext Survey: Traditional Assigned-District Public Schools ‘May Be An Endangered Species’

January 9, 2017

From time to time I get conservative broadsides sent to me via Google’s RSS feed… and this CNSNews blog post is a case in point. It reports on a survey given near the end of the last school year that found that “

Parents who opt out of the “free, more convenient assigned-district alternative” in favor of private, charter or magnet schools consistently report higher levels of satisfaction despite tuition payments and/or transportation challenges…

I must say the phrase “free, more convenient assigned-district alternative” has a nice ring to it…. 

President-elect Donald Trump shakes hands with school choice advocate Betsy DeVos, his nominee for secretary of education. (AP photo)

Source: EdNext Survey: Traditional Assigned-District Public Schools ‘May Be An Endangered Species’

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