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Market-based Reforms in Urban Education
Market-based Reforms in Urban Education
By: Helen F. Ladd


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study, 62 pages, 6" x 9" (paper), 2002
ISBN:944826989
In the debate over reforming urban education, the issues surrounding market-based approaches—charter schools, vouchers, public school choice—are complex. The latest EPI book, Market-based Reforms in Urban Education, examines the extensive but disparate evidence to help determine whether these reforms promote the public interest and translate well into the provision of compulsory education.

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