A week after the Louisiana House passed a bill to give vouchers to students in failing schools in the troubled Orleans Parish district in New Orleans, the Senate education committee on June 16 voted 3-3 on the bill—leaving it stalled in committee.
Robert C. Johnston
was an assistant managing editor for Education Week. He edited the State Capitals section (including briefs, State of the States, recaps, Journal), state policy, school finance, early-childhood education, private education, English-language learners and immigrants, rural education, and facilities and transportation.
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