11 out of 12 Studies Find School Choice Boosts Student Outcomes

That’s right, school choice improves the academic outcomes of private school choice students, according to 11 empirical studies (none found a negative effect).

As you know, Governor Walker announced in February sweeping expansions of educational choice programs in his proposed budget.

Since then, legislators have been bombarded by education establishment elites with lies about educational choice and need to hear you tell them that Governor Walker’s budget is a “Win-Win” (click here)!

Why is it a “Win-Win”?

Well, the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice has just wrapped up a close look at dozens of empirical studies on the effects of educational choice.

The results are in and not surprising:

 

Source: A Win-Win Solution: The Empirical Evidence on School Choice, Greg Forster, Ph.D., The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice, April 2013

…empirical evidence consistently shows that choice improves academic outcomes for participants and public schools, saves taxpayer money, moves students into more integrated classrooms, and strengthens the shared civic values and practices essential to American democracy.

Read more here at edchoice.org.

And don’t forget to contact your legislators and urge them to defend Governor Walker’s Win-Win Educational Choice Budget by clicking here.