Walton Family Foundation gives $6 million for school voucher effort

Dec. 20, 2013
Donation will help Alliance for Schools Choice promote vouchers that pay for private schooling.

The Walton Family Foundation is giving $6 million to a national advocacy group to double the number of students using taxpayer-funded vouchers to attend private schools. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says the funds will go to the Alliance for School Choice, a nonprofit group that has promoted voucher programs in states such as Wisconsin, Arizona, Ohio and Florida.

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