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High-achieving black males who attend private high schools are dramatically more likely to attain a bachelor’s degree than similar students attending public schools, according to a study published in The Urban Review. Read more in the September Outlook:
http://www.capenet.org/pdf/Outlook417.pdf
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Want to know about the state of school choice in the United States and the effect it is having on American educational productivity? Read the May issue of CAPE Outlook:
http://www.capenet.org/pdf/Outlook415.pdf
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As influential as Justice Antonin Scalia’s 282 majority opinions and “occasional” dissents have been to the court’s overall vitality, his ideas, words, and votes have had particular significance over the years on decisions affecting private education. Read about Scalia’s legacy for private education in the March issue of CAPE Outlook:
http://www.capenet.org/pdf/Outlook413.pdf
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The January issue of CAPE Outlook takes a look at the new Every Student Succeeds Act and its implications for private schools.  Check it out here:
http://www.capenet.org/new.html
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Students with diplomas from private high schools are considerably more likely to be ready for college than those with diplomas from other schools, according to data from ACT.  Find out more in the November Outlook:
http://www.capenet.org/pdf/Outlook409.pdf
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Congratulations to the 335 new Blue Ribbon Schools for 2015!  Find out which private schools made the list at:
http://www.capenet.org/brs2.html
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The number of private school students increased from 5.3 million to 5.4 million between 2011 and 2013, according to a report just released by the National Center for Education Statistics. Find out more in the June issue of Outlook:
http://www.capenet.org/pdf/Outlook416.pdf
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Blue state Maryland gives school choice a BOOST. Read more in the April issue of Outlook:
http://www.capenet.org/pdf/Outlook414.pdf
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Does a state violate the U.S. Constitution when it excludes religious institutions from an aid program with an entirely public purpose?  The U.S. Supreme Court will decide that question when it hears Trinity Lutheran Church v. Pauley this spring.  Find out more in the February issue of CAPE Outlook:
http://www.capenet.org/pdf/Outlook412.pdf
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With today’s Senate vote (85-12) and last week’s House vote (359-64), Congress has sent the Every Student Succeeds Act to President Obama, who is expected to sign it soon. Find out how the new law will affect private schools in the December issue of CAPE Outlook:
http://www.capenet.org/new.html
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Congress appears ready to approve bipartisan, bicameral legislation that would overhaul the nation’s most far-reaching education law.  Find out how the new law would affect private schools in the December issue of CAPE Outlook:
http://www.capenet.org/new.html
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Where would America be without private schools?  Find out one scholar’s response in the October issue of CAPE Outlook:
http://www.capenet.org/pdf/Outlook408.pdf
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a coalition of national organizations and state affiliates serving private elementary and secondary schools
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THE COUNCIL FOR AMERICAN PRIVATE EDUCATION (CAPE) is a coalition of national organizations and state affiliates serving private elementary and secondary schools. There are over 33,000 private schools in America; in fact, one in four of the nation’s schools is a private school. More than five million students attend them.
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