Every aspect of K–12 education—even school choice—deserves attention to ensure students, parents, educators and taxpayers are understood and treated fairly. Our well-sourced publications and interactive tools below will make gathering data on school choice programs and other research quicker and easier.
In this report, authors Paul DiPerna, Lindsey Burke and Drew Catt share the results of a 2019 online survey of 1,295 active-duty military servicemembers and their spouses to gain a better understanding of the experiences and views of military families in America toward K-12 education; and to expand on EdChoice’s first military survey in 2017.
We publish reports on the state and national level, including original empirical research, surveys, voter polls, syntheses and more. Browse our library of work and sign up at the bottom of the page to get our future reports delivered to your inbox, home or office.
Interpretations of what the body of school choice research says differ dramatically depending on who you talk to, but should it be that way? To learn more about the available empirical evidence on the effects of school choice programs, flip through this handy slide show, curated collectively and carefully by EdChoice’s research team.
Right here. Access a comprehensive and properly cited list of empirical studies conducted to date on the effects of educational choice programs on students, public schools, segregation, civic values and state finances.
Filter, rank and download the most recent and historical data available from America’s 61 school choice programs, compiled using state and federal sources and prudent projections.
Check out blog posts from our research authors and the EdChoice research team, including slide show summaries of report findings, new data analyses, fiscal breakdowns, behind-the-scenes tips on methodology and more.
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