Michelle Rhee says her organization, StudentsFirst, will advocate for relatively limited private school voucher programs, which target low-income students in struggling schools, not more expansive "universal vouchers."


An author argues that public schools' finances don't have to suffer with school choice, because they can drive down costs to coincide with the loss of students.


California could greatly improve the performance of struggling charter schools, and do so relatively quickly, if it held them to higher standards, a report finds.


Welcome to our new "Charters and Choice" blog, which will focus on the politics and policy surrounding vouchers, charters and related topics in education.


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