Interstate Survey: What Do Voters Say about K–12 Education in Six States?
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  • Nov 10 2010

Interstate Survey

By Paul DiPerna

Education priorities can vary greatly from one state to the next. However, having an overarching picture of voters’ opinions on the state of K–12 education is important. This survey samples voters in Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Mississippi, New Jersey, and New York to get an idea of what they think of K–12 education, school choice, and more.

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