Vouchers Eyed for Students With Disabilities
As more states weigh limited choice option, critics see political ploy.
More than half a dozen states are considering legislation to offer private school vouchers for students with disabilities.
They are looking to join the ranks of four others—Arizona, Florida, Ohio, and Utah—that already offer that school choice option.
Supporters say that such vouchers are an important safety valve for parents when public schools don’t offer programs to meet...
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