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Can School Choice Save Schools?
Aired 9/19/1996

The debate over school vouchers and voucher systems has been a topic of controversy, especially in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where the first ever program promoting freedom of choice in schooling has been established.
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  Jane Hannaway
    director of education policy at the Urban Institute, co-author of Decentralization and Education: Can We Fulfill the Promise?
  Paul Peterson
    director of the Center for American Political Studies at Harvard University
  Terry Moe
    senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, co-author of Politics, Markets and America’s Schools

Originally Aired: 9/19/1996

   
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