Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports Do Charter Schools Crowd Out Private School Enrollment ? Evidence from Michigan Rajashri

@inproceedings{Roy2009FederalRB,
  title={Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports Do Charter Schools Crowd Out Private School Enrollment ? Evidence from Michigan Rajashri},
  author={Claire Le Roy},
  year={2009}
}
Charter schools have been one of the most important dimensions of recent school reform measures in the United States. Currently, there are more than 5,000 charter schools spread across forty U.S. states and the District of Columbia. Though there have been numerous studies on the effects of charter schools, these have mostly been confined to analyzing their effects on student achievement, student demographic composition, parental satisfaction, and the competitive effects on regular public… CONTINUE READING

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