The September 2007 issue of School Reform News leads with a report on the U.S. Supreme Court's June 28 issue deciding states cannot use racial quotas to assign students to schools. Also on page 1:
- Nevada's Senate made state history in May when its members unanimously approved a measure that would offer scholarships to special-needs students to attend the public or private school of their parents' choice.
- The incentives in Denver's new performance pay plan appear to have piqued the interest of teachers.
- Iowa's nonpublic school choice program received a significant boost when Gov. Chet Culver signed a measure that expands the School Tuition Organization Tax Credit limit from $5 million in 1007 to $7.5 million in 2008.
Also in this issue: higher education, NCLB, school spending, choice in Arizona and Nebraska, virtual school sin South Carolina, teaching civic values, Utah vouchers, lottery funding, and directories of school choice advocates.
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