The Market Approach to Education: An Analysis of America's First Voucher Program

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Index
Agostini v. Felton, 22, 180
American education, 4; expenditure on, 18–19; implications of choice on, 27, 52, 199–209; normative conflicts in, 18, 53. See also public schools
American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 33, 160. See also teacher's unions
Beales, Janet, 76, 77
The Bell Curve,165n.6, 203, 204
Bennett, William, 35, 173
Bickers, Kenneth, 190
Bolick, Clint, 177, 180, 184, 185–86
Bradley Foundation, 160, 165–66, 165n.6, 167, 176, 178, 185
Brennan, David, 170
Brown v. Board of Education,32, 33
Bush, George, 35, 159, 173
Bush, George W., Jr., 159
Bush, Jeb, 159
Catholic schools, 17, 96; closings of, 19; enrollment in, 19, 29–31, 196–97; in Milwaukee, 40, 196–97; and voucher movement, 17, 161–62, 167, 171, 164n.5, 181, 183, 185–86, 207. See also private schools
Chapter 220 Program, 79–81, 82
charter schools, 15, 16, 33, 109, 109n.5, 183
choice theater, xiv, 9, 171–77
Christian schools, 16, 30–31, 181. See also private schools
Chubb, John, 12, 115n.3, 198
Cleveland voucher program, 45, 81, 158, 192, 197; enactment of, 170–71; selection into, 74–75, 81–82, 164n.5
Clinton, Bill, 159, 160n.1, 175, 176
Coggs, Spencer, 44, 168
Committee for Public Education v. Nyquist,21, 22, 180
common schools, 5, 201
Community Education Opportunity Program (CEO), 75, 78–79
Cookson, Peter, Jr., 202
Coons, John, 12
Dewey, John, 32, 109
Dole, Robert, 159, 173, 175, 176
Du, Jiangtao, 133–34, 175
educational choice: and constitutional issues, 20–23, 32–33, 161, 171, 177–82; why controversial, 11–23; interdistrict plans, 16, 32–33; issues surrounding, 5–8, 18, 23–27; and race, 24–25, 26, 203; selection into, 73–79, 199; theoretical and research issues on, 23–27, 192–96. See also Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (MPCP); vouchers
experimental policy design, 120–22, 192– 99
Fliegel, S., 113n.1
Friedman, Milton, 11, 34–35, 160, 198– 99
Fuller, Howard, 164–65, 169, 197–99, 207, 208
George, Gary, 43, 44, 168, 169
Golden Rule Scholarship Program, 75–76, 160, 167
Greater Milwaukee Committee (GMC), 165, 166
Greene, Jay, 133–34, 175
Grover, Bert, xiii–xiv, xv, 172
Heckman, James, 134, 154, 155
Henig, Jeffrey, 114, 206
Hill, Paul, 75n.10
Hirschman, Albert O., 73
incrementalism, 157, 162–70, 188, 191, 208
Jackson v. Benson,22, 179
Jefferson, Thomas, 200, 204–5
Joyce, Michael, 165–66, 185

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • List of Figures ix
  • List of Tables xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Ackknowledments xv
  • The Market Approach to Education *
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - The Enduring Controversy Over Educational Choice 11
  • 3 - Educational Choice and the Milwaukee Voucher Program 29
  • Appendix to Chapter 3 - Historical Mps Achievement Test Data 49
  • 4 - Who Participates in Choice Programs? 52
  • 5 - The Milwaukee Choice Schools 83
  • 6 - Outcomes of the Milwaukee Voucher Program 112
  • Appendix to Chapter 6 - Modeling Selection Bias 152
  • 7 - The Politics of Vouchers 157
  • 8 - Implications and Conclusions 190
  • Reference 211
  • Index 219
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