The Education Exchange: Looking Beyond Academic Impacts of School Voucher Programs

By 03/11/2019

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Researchers studying school choice programs often look at the impact of using a voucher on student test scores or high school graduation.

A new study of the longer-term impacts of the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program finds that students who used vouchers to attend private school were less likely to be involved with criminal activity and paternity disputes.

This week, Paul Peterson speaks with Corey DeAngelis, an education policy analyst at the Cato Institute, and co-author, with Patrick J. Wolf, of the new study, which is described in “Private School Choice Helps Students Avoid Prison and Unplanned Pregnancies.”

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