Civic Report
No. 38 June 2003


Vouchers for Special Education Students: An Evaluation of Florida’s McKay Scholarship Program

Appendix A: Tables and Figures

 

 

Mild Disability

Major Disability

Under $30,000

Over $30,000

White

Nonwhite

Services Provided

Table 24: Whether Public School Provided All Services It Was Required to Provide
Percent responding “yes”

Current participants

30.2%

32.7%

27.6%

23.6%

34.2%

28.7%

32.6%

Former participants

36.3%

40.4%

32.8%

38.1%

35.9%

36.9%

35.3%

Table 25: Whether McKay School Provided All Services It Promised to Provide
Percent responding “yes”

Current participants

86.0%

86.7%

85.3%

85.8%

85.6%

87.5%

83.5%

Former participants

49.3%

56.6%

43.1%

46.4%

51.3%

50.8%

47.1%

Individual Education Plans

Table 26: Conflicts over IEPs at Public School
Percent responding that they came into conflict with the public school over the child’s IEP

Current participants

53.8%

50.0%

58.5%

61.3%

48.9%

50.8%

58.9%

Former participants

42.3%

41.4%

43.1%

41.7%

41.9%

40.8%

44.7%

Table 27: Conflicts over IEPs at McKay School
Percent responding that they came into conflict with the McKay school over the child’s IEP
(of those who had an IEP at the McKay school)

Current participants

9.6%

9.7%

9.5%

10.7%

8.8%

8.0%

11.9%

Former participants

8.9%

6.5%

10.4%

12.5%

4.8%

8.7%

9.1%

Table 28: Problems Arising from Absence of IEP
Percent responding that not having an IEP was a problem
(of those who did not have an IEP at the McKay school)

Current participants

19.9%

21.5%

18.2%

21.4%

19.9%

20.8%

18.4%

Former participants

42.6%

44.1%

41.1%

48.9%

41.5%

40.0%

46.7%

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