This report collects the results of all available empirical studies using the best available scientific methods to measure how school vouchers affect academic outcomes for participants, and all available studies on how vouchers affect outcomes in public schools. Contrary to the widespread claim that vouchers do not benefit participants and hurt public schools, the empirical evidence consistently shows that vouchers improve outcomes for both participants and public schools.
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Voucher evidence is not in dispute
Greg Forster's latest report is out, and this is really starting to get tiresome.
Posted by Brandon Dutcher at 3:56 PM
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