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The EdChoice mission is to advance educational freedom and choice for all as a pathway to successful lives and a stronger society.
The EdChoice mission is to advance educational freedom and choice for all as a pathway to successful lives and a stronger society.

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We always want to know more about what teachers and parents think about #schoolchoice and the future of K–12 education. So this year, we saddled up and flew to SXSW Edu in Austin, Texas. Check out what we learned from some teachers, parents and educational pioneers in this video.
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In this report, authors Drew Catt and Dr. Evan Rhinesmith examine the responses of Indiana school parents from all sectors to a survey—developed by EdChoice and conducted by Hanover Research—that aims to measure what motivates them to choose schools, their children’s schooling experiences, their awareness of school choice options, their satisfaction levels and goals they set for their children’s education. Download the full report, flip through a slide show of key findings or listen to the authors chat about their results on our podcast by clicking the link to these resources below. #schoolchoice #research #Indiana
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Our latest report—Back to the Staffing Surge—measures US public school employment growth versus student growth as well as teacher salary fluctuations and student outcomes over the past 65 years using publicly available data that state departments of education annually report to the U.S. Department of Education. The results were shocking. Watch author Dr. Ben Scafidi walk you through his findings. #schoolchoice #edchoice
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