Getting Grover's Goat

Coons, John E.
December 1992
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Dec1992, Issue 28, p9
Looks at issues surrounding an experimental program introduced in Wisconsin which is aimed at providing scholarship to a limited number of low-income parents who would like to move their child to a private school. Arguments raised by state superintendent Herbert Grover regarding the program; Problems arising from Grover's denial of the application for admission to the choice program by Messmer High; Legal implications of the issue.


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