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Voucher Wars: Waging the Legal Battle over School Choice

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200 pages5 hours

Summary

Set against the backdrop of a monopoly public school system that consigns millions of disadvantaged children to educational inequality, the Cleveland school vouchers case, appealed all the way to the Supreme Court -- which on June 27, 2002 upheld the program in an historic decision -- has brought the issue of educational freedom to national attention. Some have called it the most important lawsuit of its kind since Brown v. Board of Education. In this book, Clint Bolick, one of the premier fighters for school choice in the nation, and counsel in the Cleveland case, recounts the drama and the tactics of the 12-year battle for choice and, in the process, distills crucial lessons for future educational freedom battles.

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