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School Choice: A Debate in the Arizona Capitol Building

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School Choice: A Capitol Debate
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IS SCHOOL CHOICE THE KEY TO IMPROVING EDUCATION, or a terrible step in the wrong direction?
For more than ten years, Arizona has led the nation in expanding school choice. In 2006, the state legislature added four new school choice programs, including vouchers for foster and disabled children. But how is school choice affecting students, achievement, and the education market?

Judge for yourself as the Goldwater Institute hosts a school choice debate at the Arizona State Capitol featuring:

Clint Bolick, Senior Fellow, Goldwater Institute
Matthew Ladner, Vice President for Research, Goldwater Institute
Alex Molnar, Director, Education Policy Studies Laboratory, ASU
John Wright, President, Arizona Education Association

Monday, April 2, 2007, 9:00~10:00 a.m.
Arizona House of Representatives  I  Hearing Room 5 
1700 West Washington  I  Phoenix

To register call (602) 712-1144 or email rsvp@goldwaterinstitute.org. This event is free of charge. Seating is limited. More information available at www.goldwaterinstitute.org.
 

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