Why Voucher Schools May Not Graduate

They work, but unions and bureaucrats are gunning for them

When Michelle Broadus moved her family from Pittsburgh to Cleveland in 1995, she got a shock: Even by big-city standards, Cleveland's public schools were a mess. "They had 40 kids in a class, the water fountains didn't work, and the bathrooms were stopped up," she says.

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