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May 12

Friday Freakout: Why Doug Harris is Wrong About the Empirical Evidence on School Choice

Tulane University Professor Douglas N. Harris gets the research wrong in his response to a Wall Street Journal editorial praising school choice. The Journal...
May 08

New Study Shows Public Schools Systematically Favor All Other Staff Over Teachers and Students

“Our children would be much better off if only politicians would give public schools more money, so they can pay teachers more and reduce...
May 05

Charity Navigator Awards EdChoice Its Highest Rating

We’re a pretty humble lot here at EdChoice, but we’re proud of the work we do and our reputation as a standard-bearer in the...
May 03

What ESAs in K–12 Education Are and How They’re Different from Coverdell ESAs

Education savings accounts (ESAs) are a popular, relatively new innovation in K–12 education meant to expand parents ability to customize their children’s education. Arizona...
May 02

Understanding the New IES Report on the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program

The Institute of Education Science (IES) recently released a report that analyzed first-year outcomes for students enrolling in D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP) since...
May 02

BRIEF: School Choice in the States, April 2017

LEGISLATION AND LITIGATION National The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments April 19 in Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer, a case arising...
Apr 28

Continuing to Learn from School Choice in Washington D.C.

“There is no conclusive evidence that the affected student achievement.” This one statement, taken from a 214-page government report...
Apr 25

Would School Choice Segregate Well-Off Students?

This post originally appeared on Jay P. Greene’s Blog. The confirmation of Betsy DeVos as the nation’s Secretary of Education is shining a national...
Apr 19

What New Hampshire Voters Think About School Choice and K–12 Education

New Hampshire has a reputation for freedom and innovation. More than two decades ago, the “Live Free or Die” state was an early school...
Apr 17

EdChoice at the annual AEFP Conference

A few weeks ago (March 16–18), we attended the Association for Education Finance and Policy’s (AEFP) annual conference in Washington, D.C. AEFP is definitely...

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