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Cobb, Casey D. – National Education Policy Center, 2012
The School Choice Demonstration Project has published a series of reports written in the fifth and final year of its evaluation of the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (MPCP). This review is of Report #30, a final follow up to a five-year study examining high school graduation and post-secondary enrollment rates for students participating in the…
Descriptors: High Schools, Private Schools, Graduation Rate, School Choice
Cobb, Casey D. – Education and the Public Interest Center, 2009
The study under review is the second-year evaluation report of the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (MPCP), a publicly funded voucher program that allows low-income students in Milwaukee to attend secular and religious private schools in that city. Its primary finding is that there were no overall statistically significant differences in…
Descriptors: Research Reports, Research Methodology, Evaluation Methods, Evaluation Problems
Greene, Jay P.; Marsh, Ryan H. – School Choice Demonstration Project, 2009
This paper examines evidence on the "systemic effects" of expanding school choice in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Milwaukee is home to one of the nation's largest and longest-running school choice programs. If there are systemic effects from expanding school choice we should be able to see them in Milwaukee. This paper also introduces a novel…
Descriptors: Measurement Techniques, Outcome Measures, Competition, Commercialization
Witte, John F.; Wolf, Patrick J.; Cowen, Joshua M.; Fleming, David J.; Lucas-McLean, Juanita – School Choice Demonstration Project, 2009
This is the second year report in a five-year evaluation of the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (MPCP). This program, which began in 1990, provides government-funded vouchers for low-income children to attend private schools in the City of Milwaukee. The maximum voucher amount in 2007-08 was $6,607, and approximately 20,000 children use a…
Descriptors: Private Schools, School Choice, Academic Achievement, Demonstration Programs