A new study by Harvard researchers Martin R. West and Paul E. Peterson found that Florida's fourth and fifth grade students make modest progress in reading and math if their school is at risk of becoming a part of the state's voucher program. However, Florida schools at risk of being subject to the public-school choice provision of the federal No Child Left Behind Act showed no gains.
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