Amendment sought to authorize $50 million for grants for not more than 5 research projects that demonstrate how school choice options increase the academic achievement of students, schools, and local educational agencies.


An amendment numbered 16 printed in House Report 107-69 to authorize up to 5 school choice research demonstration projects involving public and private schools to demonstrate the effectiveness of school choice in improving the academic achievement of disadvantaged students.

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