Citations for 'The Case Against Vouchers' (Updated as of May 8, 2017)

  1. Madison, James. "Memorial and Remonstrance Against Religious Assessments." 20 June 1785. The Founders’ Constitution, Volume 5, Amendment I (Religion), Document 43. Edited by William T. Hutchinson et al. The University of Chicago Press. 2000.Source.
  2. Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction News Release. “163 private schools register for Wisconsin Parental Choice Program.” 31 Jan. 2017.Source
  3. Catt, Andrew & Rhinesmith, Evan. “Why Parents Choose: A Survey of Private School Choice Parents in Indiana.” June 2016.Source.
  4. Data provided by the North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority. 29 March 2017.
  5. Taxpayers for Public Education v. Douglas County School District, 2015 CO 50.Source
  6. Beck, Molly. “State paid $139 million to schools terminated from voucher program since 2004.” Wisconsin State Journal. N.p., Oct. 12, 2014.Source.
  7. Garcia-Roberts, Gus. “McKay Scholarship Program Sparks a Cottage Industry of Fraud and Chaos.” Miami New Times. N.p., 02 Apr. 2016.Source
  8. Northrop, Nadell. “We Learned the Hard Way about Vouchers, President Trump – Schoolhouse Voices.” Medium. March 03, 2017.Source.
  9. “Number of Voucher Schools Relatively Unchanged since 2003 While Enrollment Has Doubled.” Public Policy Forum 102.1 (April 2014): n. pag.Source
  10. Carey, Kevin. “Dismal Voucher Results Surprise Researchers as DeVos Era Begins.” The New York Times. 23 Feb. 2017.Source
  11. Mills, Jonathan N., Anna J. Egalite, and Patrick J. Wolf. “HOW HAS THE LOUISIANA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM AFFECTED STUDENTS?” (n.d.): n. pag. Education Research Alliance NOLA. 22 Feb. 2016.Source.
  12. Figlio, David, and Krzysztof Karbownik. “Evaluation of Ohio's EdChoice Scholarship Program: Selection, Competition, and Performance Effects.” Thomas B. Fordham Institute. N.p., 7 July 2016.Source
  13. Christie, Bob. “Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey Signs Voucher Bill.” Associated Press. 7 April 2017.Source
  14. Hungerman, Daniel M., Kevin J. Rinz, and Jay Frymark. "Beyond the Classroom: The Implications of School Vouchers for Church Finances." The National Bureau of Economic Research, released Feb. 2017.Source.
  15. Marley, Patrick. “Past School Voucher Advocate Rips Gov. Walker's Plan.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. N.p., 16 May 2013.Source.
  16. Bice, Daniel. “School Voucher Supporters Trade Barbs.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. N.p., 29 May 2013.Source.
  17. Mendez, Edgar. “75% of Voucher Applicants Already Attend Private School.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. N.p., 20 May 2014.Source
  18. Marchitello, Max. “Betsy DeVos has a rural problem.” USA Today. 2 Feb. 2017.Source
  19. Miner, Barbara. “Do Children Deserve Playgrounds? ‘Maybe,’ Says Milwaukee's Common Council.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. N.p., 2 Aug. 2012.Source
  20. Evers, Tony. Letter to Taron Monroe. 28 June 2011. Freedom From Religion Foundation. N.p., n.d. Web.Source
  21. Richards, Erin. “Former Employees Cast Doubt on Voucher School's Operations.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. N.p., 15 Dec. 2014.Source
  22. Tabachnick, Rachel. “Vouchers/Tax Credits Funding Creationism, Revisionist History, Hostility Toward Other Religions.” K-12 News Network. N.p., 25 May 2011.Source
  23. Carey, Kevin. “DeVos and Tax Credit Vouchers: Arizona Shows What Can Go Wrong.” New York Times. 2 March 2017.Source
  24. Carey, Kevin. “DeVos and Tax Credit Vouchers: Arizona Shows What Can Go Wrong.” New York Times. 2 March 2017.Source
  25. National Conference of State Legislatures “Scholarship tax credits” summary.Source
  26. Alcindor, Yamiche. “Trump’s Call for School Vouchers Is a Return to a Campaign Pledge.” New York Times. 1 March 2017.Source
  27. Madison, James. “James Madison to Edward Livingston.” 10 July 1822. The Founders' Constitution, Volume 5, Amendment I (Religion), Document 66. Edited by Gaillard Hunt. The University of Chicago Press. 2000.Source.

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