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How Does School Choice Affect Student Achievement in Traditional Public Schools?

@inproceedings{2019HowDS,
  title={How Does School Choice Affect Student Achievement in Traditional Public Schools?},
  author={},
  year={2019}
}
  • Published 2019
  • Education
A key goal of school choice is creating competition that spurs innovation and improvement in traditional public schools. If schools of choice attract students away from traditional public schools—leading to lower enrollment and reduced funding for traditional public schools—district and school leaders may respond to this competitive pressure by strengthening the quality of the affected schools. However, critics of school choice have raised the concern that this competitive pressure might… 
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