Different Rules for Public and Private Schools

Edmund, Debi S.
November 1999
Education Digest;Nov99, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p12
Discusses the comparison between private schools and public schools in the United States. Advantages of private schools over the public schools; Tips on how to help reframe the voucher debate in the community; Criticisms of public schools for the amount of money spent on administration.

Tags: PRIVATE schools;  PUBLIC schools;  EDUCATIONAL vouchers


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