Michael Shaw, Author at EdChoice

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Purchasing Power, 2020 Edition

We rank the nation’s educational choice programs by purchasing power based on data in our 2020 edition of The ABCs of School Choice.

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Eligibility, 2020 Edition

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

Schooling in America Series Roundup

Get the rundown on all nine installments of this survey-driven series

Schooling in America Series: Rural Revisited

In this series, we delve deeper into our 2018 national survey data and how it ties in with current events

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Schooling in America Series: Parents’ Views on Accountability and School Choice

In this series, we delve deeper into our 2018 national survey data and how it ties in with current events

Schooling in America Series: Teachers’ Views on Accountability and School Choice

In this series, we delve deeper into our 2018 national survey data and how it ties in with current events

Schooling in America Series: The Public on K–12 Accountability

In this series, we delve deeper into our 2018 national survey data and how it ties in with current events

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Purchasing Power, 2019 Edition

Our team has never been shy about our focus on broad eligibility in school choice programs, but a program that’s open to all families is only as good as

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Participation, 2019 Edition

Which of America’s school choice programs has the most students participating? What about the least? In this post, we rank America’s school choice programs by how many participants they

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Eligibility, 2019 Edition

At EdChoice, eligibility is one of the most important factors in analyzing a school choice program. We believe that all parents—regardless of geography, income or any other factor—should have

Schooling in America Series: The Public on School Choice

In this series, we delve deeper into our 2018 national survey data and how it ties in with current events

Schooling in America Series: K–12 Education Funding

In this series, we delve deeper into our 2018 national survey data and how it ties in with current events

Schooling in America Series: Getting to Know the Public on Public Education

In this series, we delve deeper into our 2018 national survey data and how it ties in with current events

Schooling in America Series: Getting to Know School Parents

In this series, we delve deeper into our 2018 national survey data and how it ties in with current events

Schooling in America Series: Getting to Know Our Teachers

In this series, we delve deeper into our 2018 national survey data and how it ties in with current events

After IRS impacts tax-credit scholarships, a chance for altruism (and better program design)

An IRS response to high-tax states may affect all charities, including tax-credit scholarships. What’s next?

Reunited, But Will It Be Good? Considerations and Concerns as New Orleans School Board Absorbs Local Recovery District Schools

Returning to a democratically-elected school board has pros and cons for parental choice

What Puerto Rico’s New Education Reform Bill Says About School Choice

The potential for school choice is a small, but important, piece in the island’s massive education overhaul

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Purchasing Power, 2018 Edition

We’ve given our readers an overview of educational choice programs across the nation this week with rankings based on eligibility and participation. But one major question still remains: How

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Eligibility, 2018 Edition

At EdChoice, eligibility is one of the most important factors in analyzing a school choice program. We believe that all parents—regardless geography, income, or any other factor—should have access

America’s School Choice Programs Ranked by Participation, 2018 Edition

Which of America’s school choice programs has the most students participating? What about the least? The 2018 edition of The ABCs of School Choice  gives the most up-to-date information

Summarizing 2017’s National K–12 Education and School Choice Surveys

A handful of organizations released high-quality surveys of Americans on education issues in 2017, and here’s what they found in a nutshell.

Illinois Governor Signs First Substantial School Choice Program

Learn everything you need to know about Illinois’s new tax-credit scholarship program for low- and middle-income families.

Why the Fuss Over School Choice and “Certified” Teachers is Overrated

Opponents of educational choice worry that empowering parents and students to attend private schools will lead to a Wild West of schools wrought with teachers who lack “certification,” a

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