A whopping eleven states have created or expanded programs allowing for school vouchers or other means of private school choice.
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Indiana is on the cutting edge of education reform in the United States, but it has been a “landmark year” for education in general, according to the latest edition of the Report Card on American Education, an annual report released by the American Legislative Exchange Council.

ALEC, a non-profit collection of conservative state legislators that endorses and promotes legislation on a variety of topics, is on its nineteenth edition of the Report Card, which grades each U.S. state based on its adoption of certain educational reform legislation backed by ALEC, such as laws allowing charter schools, creating school vouchers or mandating better-qualified and more accountable teachers.