Debate continues over school choice in Pa.

08/4/2011 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pennsylvania state legislators at a hearing Wednesday expressed concern over a proposed statewide program to use public money to fund private education. Supporters of the proposals say they would allow parents to choose the best school for their child. Critics question whether public money should be funneled to schools where teachers are not always required to earn traditional certifications, and student are not always required to take standardized tests.

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