The Education Exchange: Charter Schools Better at Preparing Girls to Vote

Evidence from Boston charters elevates female—but not male—attendance, SAT taking, and civic participation

Photo of Sarah CohodesSarah Cohodes, an Associate Professor of Public Policy at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Cohodes’ recent research, showing how education can increase civic participation.

Why Education Increases Voting,” co-written with James J. Feigenbaum, is available now.

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