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Choosing Schools:
Consumer Choice and the Quality of American Schools
Mark Schneider, Paul Teske, & Melissa Marschall

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"There is not much empirical evidence on how school choice programs work in practice--which is perhaps the central concern in the debate over choice, political and intellectual. This book provides interesting new evidence on a wide range of choice-related topics, and ties it together with theories from economics, social psychology, sociology, and public opinion. In so doing, it offers a firm basis for gaining perspective on the performance of school choice and judging its prospects. There is nothing like it in the literature. It is a tour de force."--Terry M. Moe, Hoover Institution and Stanford University

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