Milwaukee's Experiment

March 1999
National Catholic Reporter;03/26/99, Vol. 35 Issue 21, p30
Focuses on the participation of Milwaukee's religious schools in a publicly funded vouchers program. Threat to the religious identity of faith-based schools; Motivation of Representative Polly Williams (R-Wis.) in creating the program; Details on the voucher program; Fears of schools about exposing themselves to litigation over alleged violations; History of vouchers.


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