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THE ABCs OF SCHOOL CHOICE IS OUR COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO EVERY SCHOOL CHOICE PROGRAM IN AMERICA. THE 2021 EDITION IS OUT NOW. THE PREORDER WINDOW IS NOW CLOSED, BUT VISIT OUR FAQs TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ORDERING OUR PUBLICATIONS. VIEW THE ABCs HERE.

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EdChoice Public Opinion Tracker: Top Takeaways January 2021

We share our key takeaways based on our January polling wave.

BRIEF: School Choice in the States – January 2021

Need a record of January 2021’s state school choice happenings? Our brief roundup has you covered.

The 2021 EdChoice Yearbook Superlatives

We caffeinated. We debated. We declared this year’s yearbook superlatives, including dubbing a winner of a new category—Most Choice-y State.

Ep. 234: Our 2021 School Choice Yearbook Superlatives

As we do every year, the EdChoice team got together to vote on yearbook superlative categories, such as Most Empowering, Biggest Setback and our newest recognition, Most Choice-y State,

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2021 EdChoice Share: Which Learning Settings Are Families Choosing in the States

Where are America’s students getting their education? Which types of schools and educational settings are they choosing?

The States Ranked by Spending on School Choice Programs, 2021 Edition

For the fifth year in a row, here are the rankings of states spending share on private educational choice programs.

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Participation, 2021 Edition

Which of America’s school choice programs has the most students participating? What about the least?

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Eligibility, 2021 Edition

Get this year's comprehensive list of every private school choice program in America ranked by program eligibility.

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Purchasing Power, 2021 Edition

We rank the nation’s educational choice programs by purchasing power based on data in our 2021 edition of The ABCs of School Choice.

EdChoice Public Opinion Tracker: Top Takeaways December 2020

We share our eight key takeaways based on our December polling wave.

Ep. 233: Monthly Tracker Results – December 2020

In this episode, we share key takeaways from our December 2020 wave of polling as reported on our EdChoice Public Opinion Tracker. For more from the full report, visit

Where The Governors Stand On School Choice 2020

Wondering where the nation’s newly elected or re-elected governors stand on education reform—and specifically on the issue of private school choice? We’ve collected their public and campaign statements here.

Dear Dr. Cardona: An Open Letter From A Connecticut Mom

By Gwen Samuel Dear Dr. Cardona, Congratulations on your nomination to become the next U.S. Secretary of Education. It doesn’t seem so long ago that we were sitting in your office

Reducing Higher Ed Debt: K-12 Education Savings Accounts Can Help Beyond K-12

Kids are encouraged to study hard to prepare for college, but ESAs allow them to prepare financially, too.

2020 Schooling in America Series: Changing Perception on Schools and Record Support for School Choice

Student stress and happiness levels were among the items parents saw changing from spring to fall, while support for all school choice policies grew to record levels.

Ep. 232: Legal Updates with Leslie – 2020 Highlights

Our VP of Legal Affairs Leslie Hiner takes a trip down memory lane, highlighting the top moments in school choice litigation last year.

Ep. 231: Big Ideas – “Defining Hybrid Homeschools in America” with Eric Wearne

In this episode, Eric Wearne joins us to discuss his recent book, Defining Hybrid Homeschools in America.

Ep. 230: EdChoice Chats – A Conversation with Danielle Shockey About Education Infrastructure

Danielle Shockey, CEO of Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, hops on the podcast to talk about the teacher talent pipeline and challenges we face in light of the pandemic.

Ep. 229: Schooling in America Survey – Public Opinion on K–12 Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Unlike previous years of our Schooling in America survey project, our researchers released multiple sets of results in a chart-focused format. This report focuses on the second wave of

EdChoice Public Opinion Tracker: Top Takeaways November 2020

We share our eight key takeaways based on our November polling wave.

BRIEF: School Choice in the States – November 2020

Need a record of November 2020’s state school choice happenings? Our brief roundup has you covered.

Ep. 228: Big Ideas – “Reducing Inequality in Outside-of-School Learning” with Dan Lips

Dan Lips, visiting fellow with the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity,  joins us to talk about his recent paper, “Reducing Inequality in Outside-of-School Learning.”

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Stuck In The Middle: Why School Choice Should Be Available To Everyone

By Jennifer Wagner After almost five years working in the school choice movement, the subhed on this story about the potential cost of Indiana’s proposed voucher expansion and special needs

Friedman And Donahue: Let’s Get Back To Sparking And Flickering

By Jennifer Wagner Four decades ago, Nobel laureate Milton Friedman sat down with talk show host Phil Donahue to discuss his bestselling book, Free to Choose. You can watch the

Dear Dr. Cardona: An Open Letter From A Connecticut Mom

By Gwen Samuel Dear Dr. Cardona, Congratulations on your nomination to become the next U.S. Secretary of Education. It doesn’t seem so long ago that we were sitting in your office

Stick With It: Short-Term Frustration Can Lead To Long-Term Change

By Jennifer Wagner The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. That tired old cliché is all I can think of

The Pandemic Upended Schooling. Will Families Go Back To The Before Times?

By Jennifer Wagner The pandemic has changed schooling as we know it — for now. You can’t throw a stick without hitting an article about how families have been adapting since March. Some

New Study Shows Positive Family Outcomes for Private School Students

By Mike McShane As is rarely said at a Sinn Fein meeting, I’d like to say something nice about Protestants. In a new report from the American Enterprise Institute, Albert

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