From the Center for American Progress, Neil Campbell and Catherine Brown discusses why vouchers simply won’t work for much of the U.S.: “The simple fact is that most rural and suburban areas are either sparsely populated or organized in small districts where there are not enough schools for vouchers to be a viable or effective policy solution. In these districts, vouchers would be not just ineffective, but they could also dramatically destabilize public school systems and communities.”

Read the full analysis at the Center for American Progress.

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