Advocates of school vouchers say the public money gives parents more choices for educating their children, but in North Carolina some schools taking vouchers won’t take all children.
Advocates of school vouchers say the public money gives parents more choices for educating their children, but in North Carolina some schools taking vouchers won’t take all children. RICK BOWMER AP
Advocates of school vouchers say the public money gives parents more choices for educating their children, but in North Carolina some schools taking vouchers won’t take all children. RICK BOWMER AP

In NC, vouchers support private schools that discriminate

August 17, 2016 8:06 PM

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