Bush proposes vouchers for public schools deemed to be failing

October 1999
Church & State;Oct99, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p18
Reports on Republican Party presidential candidate George W. Bush's proposed reduction of federal aid to failing public schools. Use of funds to pay for vouchers at religious and other private schools; Perception of Bush's advocacy of educational vouchers; Education Secretary Richard W. Riley's criticism of Bush's plan.


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