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Public Rules on Private Schools: Measuring the Regulatory Impact of State Statutes on School Choice Programs

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Author: Andrew D. Catt

The Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice

May 2014

Abstract: This report provides a framework for understanding the impacts of state government statutes regulating private schools, regulations distinct to a given school choice program, and any regulatory growth over a program’s lifespan.  Examining school choice programs in operation for at least a few years provides important context and comparisons for policymakers considering additional regulations on current programs, as well as for school choice advocates pursuing new or expanded programs.

The complete paper can be accessed here.

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