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ERIC Number: EJ132059
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Educational Alternatives and Public Policy Implications
Wood, James E., Jr.
Religious Education, 70, 2, 185-194, Mar-Apr 75
Noting that the class of not for profit private elementary and secondary schools is over 90 percent church owned, operated, or controlled, and that they exist to provide a specialized education not available under the auspices of public education; and argues that the one best hope for pluralism and viable alternatives in education lies in the state supported public schools. [Available from Religious Education Association, 409 Prospect Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06510]. (Author/JM)
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