EdChoice offers free, informative, printed resource guides, and we’ll ship them straight to you.
Looking for introductory educational materials about school choice?
Our EdChoice 101 and EdChoice Study Guide bundle might be right for you. EdChoice 101 defines the different types of school choice and how they work for families. The EdChoice Study Guide is a brief review of what the research says about private school choice programs in practice, including test scores, parent satisfaction, segregation/integration, fiscal effects and more.
This bundle is available in English and Spanish.
To preview each of these resources, click the download buttons below. (Spanish previews coming soon.)
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Looking for a deep dive into the technical aspects of states’ private school choice policies and what the research says?
Our ABCs of School Choice and 123s of School Choice might be right for you. The ABCs of School Choice is a comprehensive, 150-page guide to every private school choice program in America. The 123s of School Choice is an in-depth literature review of what the empirical research says about private school choice programs in America.
These publications currently are available only in English.
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