For the second year in a row, newly released data from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction shows that students in the three Parental Choice Programs are outperforming their peers on the ACT, regardless of income. “This is particularly notable because students involved in the Parental Choice Program are predominately low income and are still out scoring their full income counterparts. These results should be recognized as a win for all families and the entire concept of school choice,” said Justin Moralez of the American Federation for Children.
ICYMI: Groundbreaking study shows private school choice in Florida makes students more likely to go to college and get degrees. http://urbn.is/2k1pJvh
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