Poll: Parents don’t support many education policy changes
By Laura Ascione
July 22nd, 2013
Most parents with children in public schools do not support recent changes in education policy, from closing low-performing schools to shifting public dollars to charter schools to private school vouchers, according to a new poll by the American Federation of Teachers, The Washington Post reports. The poll, conducted by Democratic polling firm Hart Research Associates, surveyed 1,000 parents this month and found that most would rather see their neighborhood schools strengthened and given more resources than have options to enroll their children elsewhere...
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