Economic Effects of a Universal ESA Program in Texas - EdChoice
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  • Mar 29 2017

Economic Effects of a Universal ESA Program in Texas

By Vance Ginn, Martin Lueken, Ph.D.

Expanding education choice is a smart and sound investment that Texas can make to grow the state’s economy and build a stronger society, creating better matches between students and their education will likely lead to fewer dropouts, which would improve social and labor market outcomes. By expanding school choice, will improve the quality of education for Texas children, lead to higher property values and spur job creation.

This report was originally published by the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

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