Katie Brooks, Author at EdChoice

Key Findings from the 2019 Schooling in America Survey

The 2019 Schooling in America Survey provides gauges on K–12 issues now as well as trends over the past seven years

Five Talking Points on School Vouchers

Be prepared next time someone disses school choice in your presence

The 2019 EdChoice Yearbook Superlatives

The EdChoice team debated and dubbed this year’s yearbook superlatives, including most likely to succeed in 2019.

The 2019 “ABCs of School Choice” Handbook Features You Should Know

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Key Findings from the 2018 Schooling in America Survey

The new EdChoice national survey data support what many assume about teachers and parents with some notable surprises

Study Finds America’s School Voucher Programs Have Saved Billions

Many think school vouchers drain money from public education, but data tell a different story

New Analysis Maps K–12 Schooling ‘Deserts’ in Choice-Rich Indiana

Indiana is ripe with school choice, but families in some areas lack access to highly rated schools or alternatives to their zoned public schools

What the Latest Data Say About Chile’s School Voucher System

A new study uses the latest student performance and segregation data to compare Chile’s school voucher system to other traditional Latin American education systems over time.

Friday Freakout: Why Do Parents Send Their Kids to Private Schools

CNN Parents posted an article entitled “Public vs. private school: What’s with all the judging?” that explores the subtle and overtly hostile ways parents can treat one another based

America’s Favorite Education Reforms: Do They Treat a Symptom or the Cause?

A new Friedman Foundation report released today found what education reforms were most popular, in terms of their perceived effectiveness, among surveyed adults. The graphic below shows where Americans

Simulation: How a Parent Chooses a School for Their Child

The idea that impoverished parents shouldn’t be trusted to choose a good educational option for their children is one repeated often by school choice critics. For instance, Michael Walker

Are Arizona Families Satisfied with Education Savings Accounts?

Arizona’s one-of-a-kind education savings accounts (ESAs), called Empowerment Scholarship Accounts, are bank accounts eligible parents can use only for their children’s education expenses, current or future. The Arizona Department

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