- “The typical student participating in the program tended to maintain his or her relative position in comparison with others nationwide. It is important to note that these national comparisons pertain to all students nationally, and not just low-income students” (Northwestern University, 2009-2010)
- A legislatively required fiscal analysis of the Corporate Tax Credit Scholarship Program by the non-partisan Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability estimated that the scholarship program saved $36.2 million for fiscal year 2008-09.
We could go on, from how Saul blames scholarship tax credits for slow growth in private school enrollment, to how she unfairly characterizes "some" parents as being opposed to choice without showing any evidence to that point. But by now, it's pretty clear the agenda behind the piece.