Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Vouchers thwart the special-ed bounty system
A few years ago Greg Forster wrote about Oklahoma's shameful "
." Well, in a new study published by the Manhattan Institute ('
How Special Ed Vouchers Keep Kids From Being Mislabeled as Disabled
'), Jay P. Greene and Marcus Winters show that offering vouchers to disabled students reduces the likelihood that public schools will label the students as disabled.
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