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An Analysis of the Fiscal and Economic Impact of Georgia’s Qualified Education Expense (QEE) Tax Credit Scholarship Program
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School Choice in the Era of Coronavirus
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The effects of school choice on mental health
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Private School Choice and Character: More Evidence from Milwaukee
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The 123’s of School Choice: What the Research Says about Private School Choice Programs in America, 2019 edition
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School Choice Increases Earnings in Colombia
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Research Roundup: Three New Studies Of The Long Term Effects Of School Choice
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Evaluation of the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program; Impacts Three Years After Students Applied
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Private School Choice and Character: More Evidence from Milwaukee
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What Leads to Successful School Choice Programs? A Review of the Theories and Evidence
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Better Schools, Less Crime?
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