Sound research has demonstrated consistently that school choice policies improve public school performance.
Vouchers hurt public schools by taking only the best students.
Vouchers improve public schools by providing choice and competition.
Data confirm vouchers serve students well and improve outcomes.
Anna Egalite of North Carolina State University looked at the impact of the Louisiana Scholarship Program (LSP) on Louisiana public schools.
David Figlio and Cassandra Hart of Northwestern University examined the effects of the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program on public schools.
A peer reviewed study by Jay Greene and Marcus Winters looked at the impact of Florida’s McKay special education voucher program on Florida public schools.
A 2009 study by Jay Greene and Ryan Marsh of the University of Arkansas considered the systemic effects of expanding school choice in Milwaukee.
A Summary of the Research from EdChoice