Iowa Senate Approves Choice Bill

S. R.
May 1985
Education Week;5/8/1985, Vol. 4 Issue 33, p6
The article reports on the approval of a bill that would enable parents to enroll their children to neighboring school districts by the Iowa Senate. The sponsors of the measure wanted to provide equality of educational opportunity to students. The state will also appropriate reasonable funds that would pay the receiving district full per-pupil grant for every outside enrollment.


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