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  • Apr 17 2013

A Win-Win Solution

By Greg Forster, Ph.D.

Do school choice initiatives really benefit students and schools? Do school choice programs cost taxpayers more money, or save money? This report synthesizes the latest empirical research on school choice to answer those questions and more.

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In this report, you will learn:

  • 1

    Better Student Outcomes

    11 of 12 studies show academic outcomes of students using school choice programs improve.
  • 2

    Better Public Schools

    22 of 23 studies find school choice programs' competitive effects lead to improved academic outcomes in public schools.
  • 3

    Taxpayer Savings

    Six of six empirical studies show school choice programs save money.
  • 4

    Less Segregated Schools

    Seven of eight studies find school choice moves students into less segregated schools.

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