The June 2007 issue of School Reform News reports on rallies in Florida, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania in support of school choice options. All told, more than 6,500 parents, students, religious leaders, and others carried placards, chanted slogans, and made their voices heard!
Also on page 1:
- On the last day of its legislative session, the Georgia legislature delivered for Gov. Sonny Perdue's signature a voucher measure offering choice--and hope--to the parents of special-needs students.
- By contrast, the Utah state board of education defied the state legislature by voting not to implement a law that would allow the state's new universal voucher program to take effect this autumn.
- Federal Way, Washington school administrators refused to show Al Gore's movie, An Inconvenient Truth, in classrooms, saying it could not be shown unless opposing views were given equal time.
Also in this issue: gender equity programs, teacher unions, performance pay, school choice under siege in Ohio and under consideration in Oregon, history and America's founding documents, charter schools, science and math teaching, and more.
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