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John Huppenthal, the state superintendent of public instructions, has decided that vouchers available for students to attend private and parochial schools should be higher than what the state treasury has paid for them in public schools. (Capitol Media Services file photo by Howard Fischer)

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PHOENIX -- The state treasury is going to pay more to help some children attend private and parochial schools this coming year than it would to keep them in public schools.John Huppenthal, the state superintendent of public instruction, announced Friday he intends to read state law to require that the vouchers available to many students have to be computed based on what the state now pays in aid to charter schools.

By Howard Fischer May 3, 2014
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