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The Impact of Ohio's EdChoice on Traditional Public School Performance

  title={The Impact of Ohio's EdChoice on Traditional Public School Performance},
  author={Matthew Carr},
  • M. Carr
  • Published 15 July 2011
  • Education
In this article, I evaluate the effects of the EdChoice voucher program on the academic performance of traditional public schools. Specifically, I investigate how exposure to the threat of losing students to the voucher program affected standardized test performance in traditional public schools. This measure does not take into account whether or not students participated in the EdChoice program, only whether schools faced the threat of potentially losing students. The study provides the… 
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