School Choice

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The Education Exchange: The Year of School Choice

Florida, Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri and more expand options for families
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The Education Exchange: More Private School Competition Boosts Public School Student Test Scores, a New Study Finds

"If anything, the public schools seem to be benefiting a bit," Northwestern University's David Figlio finds in research on Florida as tax-credit scholarship scaled up.
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The Education Exchange: Low-Cost Private Schools Serving the Global Poor

"They pay fees, they expect more," explains "Really Good Schools" author James Tooley
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The Education Exchange: School Systems Are More Powerful When They Hire More People

"Bureaucracy grows until it gets to the point where the purpose of bureaucracy is to protect itself."
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The Education Exchange: Amid the Pandemic, Private School Students Are Actually Going to School

"Private schools obviously are relying on parents to pay the fees, and therefore have a greater incentive to get their kids back into school and do it safely. Charters and traditional publics don't have that same incentive."

The Education Exchange: Toward Equitable School Choice

U.S. education needs more flexibility and adaptability, less rigidity, a new Hoover Education Success Initiative report finds.

Education Exchange Replay: Condoleezza Rice on the “Deep Visceral Wounds of Slavery”

"We've got to have a bumper sticker for the school choice movement, and it's got to be, 'save the kid.' Not save the schools; save the kids," the former secretary of state says.
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The Education Exchange: “We’ve Encouraged Face-to-Face”: How Charter Schools in South Carolina Are Reopening

"They're proving that with safety measures in place, kids can reenter the classroom, teachers can safely teach."

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