MADISON – With the beginning of the new school year just weeks away, administrators in 25 private schools learned Thursday they’ll participate in the first year of the statewide expansion of parental school choice in Wisconsin.
Parents across the state filled out applications for 2,415 students to attend 45 private schools, but only 500 students will receive vouchers to attend the 25 private schools that received the most applications this year due to a cap set by the Legislature.
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