Independent Schools and School Choice Legislation

Gary Lamb


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This research provides an overview of school choice policy and politics from the perspective of independent schools in the United States. Of particular importance is its recognition that school choice becomes meaningless when independent schools are robbed of their freedom to specialize and differentiate themselves from one another. This booklet encourages the school choice community to pursue policies that increase educational options for families while preserving the independence essential to excellent private education.

This is an extraordinarily well-done and useful document, a veritable tour de force on the history and context of the independent school and choice movements.
Patrick Bassett, Head National Association of Independent Schools

49 pages
8.5 x 11 inches

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