This study updates the work done by Armor and Peiser. The author gathered data for two additional years of the interdistrict choice program and similar data for the state’s charter school program as well. This update, for the most part, confirms the demographic findings of the initial study with regard to interdistrict choice. The racial impact on sending districts continues to be negligible. The impact on some of the receiving districts was to increase racial diversity; this positive effect continues and is increasing. Clearly, more minority students are taking advantage of the interdistrict choice program.
https://pioneerinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/privateschool-1024x683-1.jpg 683 1024 Susan Aud https://pioneerinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/logo_440x96.png Susan Aud1999-09-01 11:18:312020-07-15 11:24:03Competition in Education a 1999 Update of School Choice in Massachusetts