Experts Discuss the Evolution of America’s Education System during National School Choice Week

WATCH: Experts Analyze the State of School Choice in America in 2024

New evidence indicates that the introduction of school choice policies has frequently resulted in improved overall school quality.

By The 74
January 23, 2024

On the occasion of National School Choice Week, which is ongoing until Jan. 27, the Hoover Institution hosted a discussion among three eminent scholars to examine the proliferation of school choice policies in the United States in recent years. They also shed light on the latest research findings regarding student progress under school choice systems and discussed the future as state leaders continue to advocate for more educational alternatives for parents and families.

The conversation, moderated by Stephen Bowen, executive director of the Hoover Education Success initiative, features Corey DeAngelis, Anna Egalite, and John Singleton, all of whom are Hoover Visiting Fellows. Watch the entire discussion and explore our past coverage of School Choice Week:

  • 40 Years After ‘A Nation At Risk,’ How School Choice Policies Are Transforming the American Education System
  • The Latest Generation of Microschool Founders: More Diverse and Less Likely to be Educators
  • New Analysis Shows the Charter School Sector Still Has Significant Room for Growth
  • GOP Governors Capitalize on Parental Frustration, Propose Education Savings Accounts
  • The Changing Face of Homeschooling: Less Religious and Conservative, with an Emphasis on Quality

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