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What Impact Does School Choice Have On Public Schools?

“According to EdChoice, in a review of the 33 studies on the effects of school choice on public schools, 31 showed that the academic outcomes of public schools improved. One study found no visible impact and one found a negative impact.”

Majority Support School Choice: We Should Fund Students, Not Systems

“We don’t force low-income families to spend their food stamp dollars at residentially assigned government-run grocery stores. Instead, families are allowed to choose to take the funding to Walmart, Trader Joe’s, Safeway, or just about any other provider of groceries. We should apply the same logic to K-12 education and fund students, not systems.”

3 Reasons to Support School Choice

Not just opinion, this article looks at real data on how school choice benefits families AND taxpayers.

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