David Glenn explains the difficulties in finding reliable information to judge the success of school voucher programs. Several reasons for this problem: lack of up-to-date, relevant data; quarrels among researchers studying the issue about how to interpret their information once they get it; and administrative roadblocks which have prevented large-scale studies of programs. "The best-designed voucher study ever has sparked a public quarrel among members of its research team," he writes.
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