The Value of Parental Choice in Education: A Look at the Research

December 1st, 2014 by Leave a Comment

This paper from the Heritage Foundation summarizes the best research on the impact of school choice programs. The conclusion?

A growing body of empirical evidence demonstrates the many positive benefits of providing choice in education. Instead of policies to increase spending on the public education system, states and local school districts would better serve students by empowering parents with control over their share of education funding.

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