LFC Daily News Clips | June 27, 2017

Good Morning

Yesterday, the School Choice Demonstration Project at the University of Arkansas and the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans at Tulane University released findings from their study of the third year of results from the Louisiana Scholarship Program.

The study shows the achievement gap between Louisiana Scholarship Program students and public school students continues to close. Researchers concluded, “by the third year, the performance of LSP scholarship users was statistically similar to their counterparts in both ELA and math.”

Enjoy your day. – Paul


The Advocate
Michael Faulk, founding Central school superintendent, resigns Monday for another job after 10 years

The Advocate
Gov. John Bel Edwards kicks off $7.9 million project for Baton Rouge vocational technology facility

American Federation for Children
Families Stand to Benefit from Supreme Court Rulings Today    

The Washington Post
Supreme Court sides with religious institutions in a major church-state decision

The 74
Supreme Court Sides With Preschool in Church/State Funding Dispute, Limits Decision to Playground

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