What the research says about private school choice programs in America
Researchers from across the country have published more than 140 empirical studies on the effectiveness of private school choice programs. And for most, that may seem an overwhelming amount of literature to tackle. That’s why we are excited to bring you the first edition of The 123s of School Choice, an in-depth review of the available research on private school choice programs in America.
Areas of study include: private school choice program participant test scores, program participant attainment, parent satisfaction, public school students’ test scores, civic values and practices, racial/ethnic integration and fiscal effects.
This annually updated publication does not reflect developments past March 2019. For further data or research inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more updated study counts and more, scroll down to view our quarterly updated slide deck, or click here.