TITLE

Gallup Poll Finds Public Support For Vouchers Has Slid Since `83

PUB. DATE
August 1985
SOURCE
Education Week;8/28/1985, Vol. 4 Issue 42, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the public opinion on several key education issues including vouchers, sex education, and the role of non-public schools, has shifted in the last few years, according to the 1985 Gallup Poll on education. The poll shows that support for nonpublic schools has risen since 1981, the concept of voucher payment for education is less favored in the public than it was in 1983, and the approval of sex-education courses for public-school students has increased since 1981.
ACCESSION #
20860657

 

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