The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice

Advancing Milton and Rose D. Friedman's Vision of School Choice for All Children

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Does school choice have a positive academic impact on participating students?


Yes. Find out what the "gold standard" studies say: CLICK HERE.

 

How does school choice affect public schools?


Positively. Learn where these empirical studies were conducted: CLICK HERE.
 
 

Does school choice drain public schools' funding and resources?


No. Discover just how much school choice benefits schools and taxpayers: CLICK HERE.
 
 

Do Americans favor school choice policies?


Yes. Read the surveys on Americans' reactions to various education policies: CLICK HERE.
 
 

Is school choice constitutional?


Yes. First know what policy designs work in the states: CLICK HERE.
 
 

Are participating private schools held accountable?


Yes. See how states already regulate private schools, absent of school choice programs: CLICK HERE.
 
 

Can school choice lead to more integrated schools?


Yes. Find out why private schools are more diverse than public schools: CLICK HERE.
 
 

Can school choice help students with special needs?


Yes. Read how parents react to special needs voucher programs: CLICK HERE.
 
 

What impact does school choice have on civic values?


A positive one. Learn how school choice advances democratic values: CLICK HERE.
 
 

How does school choice work in other countries?


It varies. See what other countries employ vouchers and tax credits: CLICK HERE.