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Should vouchers be utilized to support school choice?

November 24, 2016
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School Voucher @ Wikipedia

School Vouchers @ NCSL — Identifies basic history as well as pro and con arguments

Trump and School Vouchers

Trump’s DeVoss pick shows vouchers are at the top of his agenda

Trump picks DeVoss as Education secretary 

Why Trump’s education pick would face barriers for vouchers

Wisconsin school choice supporters cheer Devoss pick 

Pro Vouchers

What is school choice?

The freedom to innovate and the future of education

The private school landscape 

A win-win solution 

School choice and economic growth

More than scores: An analysis on why parents choose private schools

How to talk school choice and win

School choice interest skyrockets as public schools dissapoint 

How school choice could improve life for teachers


Public schools beat private schools

New report says public schools out-perform private schools with voucher students

School vouchers as religious subsidies

How Trump and DeVoss could gut public education

Keeping informed about vouchers: A review of major developments and research. This report examines a decade’s worth of research on school vouchers and concludes that vouchers have had no clear positive effect on student academic achievement, and mixed outcomes for students overall. Effects on graduation rates, parental satisfaction, public school achievement and cost to taxpayers are discussed. The report also notes that much of this research has been carried out or sponsored by pro-voucher organizations, signaling a particular need for scrutiny. In addition to this research review, the report describes voucher programs currently in existence, summarizes major court cases and referenda on vouchers from the past ten years, and reflects on changes in the voucher landscape. The report serves as an update to CEP’s paper School Vouchers: What We Know and Don’t Know…and How We Could Learn More, released in 2000.

Trump’s new ed chief is a disaster for Philly 

The ugly truth about school choice

Sweden’s school choice: The country’s disastrous experience

Betsy DeVoss and the wrong way to fix schools

Pro – Websites

School choice articles @ Heritage 

School choice @ CATO 


Journal of School Choice

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