Read the letter that spells out the issues, including whether the program really helps improve academic achievement, as it promised to do when it was created.
A judge says the N.C. Legislature 'fails' children with its program to use state money to fund private school education.
The legislature just passed an expansion of the state voucher program.
Let's look at what they say vs. what they do.
This belongs in the you-can't-make-up-this-stuff category.
What is good for traditional schools is apparently not good for private schools that accept students who pay tuition with public funds.
Here's the text.
Here are some details and excerpts from the GAO report.
A judge says public money can't be used to pay religious school tuition.
The idea of giving students a choice of where to go school -- with public funds -- may sound good, but there are problems attached.