Can private schools deliver more to low income families?

Hepburn, Claudia
July 2008
Fraser Forum;Jul2008, p22
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the study concerning the usefulness of educational program from Fraser Institute entitled "Children First: School Choice Trust" in Canada. The program provides assistance for low income families and to afford the school of their choice through its educational grants worth up to $4,000 per child per year. The study concludes that, because of Children First grants, potential Canadian students have been given chances to fulfill their educational goal thru the program.


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