Schools of Choice Program Causes Greater Competition

Mackinac Center research cited on WILX News

Schools of Choice research conducted by Mackinac Center Director of Education Policy Audrey Spalding is cited in a WILX report.

More than 80 percent of Michigan's school districts are accepting students into their boundaries. More than 100,000 Michigan students use Schools of Choice, which is comparable to those students attending charter schools.

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Many schools have reacted positively to Schools of Choice, making conscience efforts to be more competitive and attracting higher enrollment by meeting the needs of students and parents.

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