Published Articles & Media
Hoosiers Score Benefits from Private School Choice
New observational study finds students who got vouchers in Indiana were more likely than similar traditional public-school students to enroll in college.
Harvard Law Professor’s Attack on Homeschooling Is a Flawed Failure. And Terribly Timed, Too.
About that law review article that prompted the Harvard Magazine article that created the uproar.
What Happened in the Bayou?
Examining the Effects of the Louisiana Scholarship Program
On Goalpost Moving
The right way to evaluate private school choice programs
Some Regulations Deter Private Schools from Participating in Voucher Programs
Rules preventing participating schools from having specific admissions policies and requirements that schools take state standardized tests both reduce the likelihood that private schools say they will participate in voucher programs.
Private School Choice Helps Students Avoid Prison and Unplanned Pregnancies
New evidence from America’s longest-running voucher program
Article On School Choice Ignores Key Evidence
Existing body of research on the impact of school vouchers is both deep and broad.
Do Voucher Regulations Reduce Anticipated Voucher Program Participation and School Quality?
Evidence from an experimental study
No, One Limited Study Does Not Prove School Vouchers Don’t Work
Students in the sample weren’t even participating in school-voucher programs
Educational Freedom Isn’t a Threat to Democracy
We do not find any evidence that private school voucher students are either less or more likely to vote in presidential elections than students educated in public schools.