Ohio’s voucher program nearing enrollment cap

Feb. 3, 2011
Program is limited to 14,000 students; more than 13,000 are enrolled

From The Dayton Daily News: Ohio students wishing to move from chronically low-performing public schools to private schools may not get that chance for the first time since the school voucher program bean in 2006. That’s because the state is approaching the mandated 14,000 enrollment cap, with 13,062 students already enrolled in the Educational Choice Scholarship Program. More than 84,000 children across the state are eligible for the program.

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