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Congress may soon move to end funding for the District’s controversial five-year experiment with school vouchers. Supporters of the program say that ending vouchers now would leave 1,700 needy children hanging. But critics say the program has yet to show real results. Join Kojo as we explore the contested politics of vouchers.
- Erik Robelen Assistant Editor, Education Week
- Virginia Walden Ford Executive Director, DC Parents for School Choice
- Margot Berkey Director, Parents United for the D.C. Public Schools
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