Lindsey M. Burke


Trump and the Nation’s Schools

Assessing the administration’s early impact on education

SUMMER 2018 / VOL. 18, NO. 3

A Strong Start on Advancing Reform

Forum: Trump and the Nation’s Schools

SUMMER 2018 / VOL. 18, NO. 3

Blog Posts/Multimedia

Survey Says: Parents Want School Choice

The nation’s largest private school choice program is effective, popular, and money-saving. And yet, it could be on the chopping block.


Do Voucher Regulations Reduce Anticipated Voucher Program Participation and School Quality?

Evidence from an experimental study


Trains, Planes, and ESAs

As with rail, what began as an effort to regulate and make universal elementary education eventually translated into attempts to block competitors to the government funded model.


Title I Flexibility and Micro ESAs

Instead of continuing with a complex and ineffective maze of Title I regulations, states should have the opportunity to let parents decide how to use Title I dollars.


Education Savings Accounts Are For More Than Just Private School Tuition

In Arizona, families use ESAs to access a variety of learning opportunities for their children.


On Designing K-12 Education Savings Accounts

Education savings accounts operate like the “partial voucher” that Milton Friedman envisioned more than a decade ago.

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