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Document Number: 9188

Do Charter Schools Crowd Out Private School Enrollment? Evidence from Michigan - Numerous studies have been conducted on the effects of charter schools on student achievement. This study departs from the existing literature by investigating the effect of charter schools on enrollment in private schools. Michigan was focused on because there was a significant spread of charter schools in the 1990s. They did find robust evidence of a decline in enrollment in private schools but the effect was only modest in size. (Federal Reserve Bank of New York, February 2011)...


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