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Richard G. Innes

The report Prichard cites says the voucher students are being compared to an overall national average norm. The reporters had no way to compare voucher students to students with similar demographic backgrounds. In any event, voucher students are supposed to be lower income students. If, in fact, lower income students are performing at the national average, that would be a big plus for vouchers, wouldn't it?

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