‘Greenfield’ reforms wither without choice

Universal school choice is needed to motivate public schools to innovate, concludes The Greenfield School Revolution and School Choice by the Friedman Foundation For Educational Choice. “Existing choice programs transfer students from marginally less effective public schools to marginally more effective private schools, but they do not seem to drive more ambitious school reforms,” write Greg Forster and James L. Woodworth.

 

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