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EdChoice’s Impact

“(EdChoice has) consistently collected and shared data over time, making them a rare source of insight on long-term trends. Perhaps more importantly, however, their collaborative approach to working with partners and their interest in finding common ground is refreshing.”

Juliet Squire, Senior Partner, Bellwether

“EdChoice’s research and thought leadership, disseminated through their reports, writings, and dashboards, are some of the most useful resources available to me as a school choice researcher…I am constantly returning to their work for insights and information.”

Matthew Lee, Clinical Assistant Professor of Economics, Kennesaw State University

“The research and data that EdChoice continues to gather and make public is immensely important and helpful when making the case for expanding options for students and families and in ensuring that a variety of voices are heard during public policy debates and broadly via the media.”

Peri Lynn Turnbull, CEO, PLT Strategies Group Inc.

“EdChoice is my go-to source for reliable information about school choice. I’ve published many op eds in local, regional, and national outlets about educational freedom using EdChoice’s materials.”

Alexander Salter, Georgie G. Snyder Associate Professor of Economics, Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University

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