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Richard G. Innes

One interesting point about Florida's improvements involves the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), which only reports state-level results for public schools. During the years that Florida expanded choice, it's public school NAEP results rose in both Grade 4 and Grade 8 math and reading, rather dramatically so for Grade 4. In contrast, choice-poor Kentucky (until now) saw much less progress on NAEP, adding more evidence that choice does not destroy public schools. I have several blogs on this at www.bipps.org/blog.

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