Research and Publications

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● “We find evidence that as public schools are more exposed to private school choice, their students experience increasing benefits as the program scales up. In particular, higher levels of private school choice exposure are associated with lower rates of suspensions and absences, and with higher standardized test scores in reading and in math.”

● “The public school students most positively affected by increased exposure to private school choice are comparatively low-SES students”

● “The increase in competitive pressure resulting from increased voucher utilization is the most plausible channel for the estimated gains in test scores and behavior”

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