“No Child Left Behind” school choice provisions : devilish details for South Carolina’s neediest schools

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Jim Self Center on the Future
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2004-05-10
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School choice--South Carolina , United States. No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
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Do reasonably proximal alternative schools and plausible transportation systems exist to allow South Carolina students in our most troubled schools to truly exercise School Choice? Empirical evidence and previous research indicate that these are critical questions. This report was prepared to highlight some of the key issues surrounding the plausibility of effective implementation of school choice options for “unsatisfactory” schools in South Carolina. Also, the objectives for our continued research on this subject are offered.
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