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Mark Berends; John Schoenig; R. Joseph Waddington

School Choice at the Crossroads

Research Perspectives

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ISBN: 978-1-351-21330-1
Verlag: Taylor and Francis
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260 Seiten, 2018

Hauptbeschreibung

School Choice at the Crossroads compiles exemplary, policy-relevant research on school choice options-voucher, private, charter, and traditional public schools-as they have been implemented across the nation. Renowned contributors highlight the latest rigorous research findings and implications on school vouchers, tuition tax credits, and charter schools in states and local areas at the forefront of school choice policy. Examining national and state-level perspectives, each chapter discusses the effects of choice and vouchers on student outcomes, the processes of choice, supportive conditions of school choice programs, comparative features of school choice, and future research. This timely volume addresses whether school choice works, under what conditions, and for whom-further informing educational research, policy, and practice.

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School Choice at the Crossroads compiles exemplary, policy-relevant research on school choice options-voucher, private, charter, and traditional public schools-as they have been implemented across the nation. Renowned contributors highlight the latest rigorous research findings and implications on school vouchers, tuition tax credits, and charter schools in states and local areas at the forefront of school choice policy. Examining national and state-level perspectives, each chapter discusses the effects of choice and vouchers on student outcomes, the processes of choice, supportive conditions of school choice programs, comparative features of school choice, and future research. This timely volume addresses whether school choice works, under what conditions, and for whom-further informing educational research, policy, and practice.