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Vouchers and Public School Performance: A Case Study of the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program
Vouchers and Public School Performance: A Case Study of the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program
By: Martin Carnoy et al.


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book, 82 pages, 6" x 9" (paper), 2007
ISBN:1932066292
In a new book, Vouchers and Public School Performance , authors Martin Carnoy, Frank Adamson, Amita Chudgar, Thomas Luschei, and John Witte ask whether there is evidence that increased competition among schools introduced by a large-scale voucher plan in an urban school district, Milwaukee, resulted in improved student performance in public elementary schools. The study uses data from an extensive choice reform in Milwaukee's Public School District, a district with the typical educational problems of an American urban center, but unusual in that it has had a voucher plan targeted at low-income students since 1990--the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program.

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