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Watchdog Group Gives Jindal’s Voucher Expansion Proposal An “F”

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More opposition to Governor Jindal’s proposal to expand private school vouchers statewide. Watchdog group, The Louisiana Budget Project, is giving the plan an “F” for accountability.

They say under Jindal’s plan, voucher schools would not be required to test all their students. They also pointed out that they wouldn’t be rated using the same A thru F scale currently holding public schools accountable, an issue that superintendents statewide have complained about as well.

These are discrepencies that the LBP sees as huge flaws.

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