Rutgers – Newark
Institute on Education Law and Policy

Setting the Stage for Informed, Objective Deliberation on School Choice

Bibliography--Public School Choice

Updated: 12/19/2005

David Arsen et al., School Choice Policies: How They Have Affected Michigan’s Education System (The Education Policy Center at Michigan State University, Working Paper No.10, 2002), at

David Arsen et al., School Choice Policies in Michigan: The Rules Matter, Educ. Pol’y Ctr. at Michigan State Univ. (1999), at

William Lowe Boyd et al., What Really Happened? Minnesota’s Experience with Statewide Public School Choice Programs, Ctr. for Sch. Change, (2002), at

Ctr. for Educ. Res. & Pol’y at Mass. Inc., Mapping School Choice in Massachusetts: Data and Findings 2003 (The Boston Found., 2003).

Richard D. Kahlenberg, Economic School Integration: An Update (The Century Found., Issue Brief Series, 2002).

Richard Kahlenberg, All Together Now Through Public School Choice: Creating Middle-Class Schools (Brookings Institution Press 2001).

Brian Kleiner, Laurie Lewis, US Dept. of Educ., Dual Enrollment of High School Students at Postsecondary Institutions 2002-03, Nat’l Ctr. for Educ. Statistics, at

Justin R. Long, Comment, Enforcing Affirmative State Constitutional Obligations and Sheff v. O’Neill, 151 U. Pa. L. Rev. 277 (2002).

Public Policy Forum, Districts Say Convenience for Parents, Not Competition, is Result of Open Enrollment, 90 Research Brief 1 (July 8, 2002), at

Angela G. Smith, Public School Choice and Open Enrollment: Implications for Education, Desegregation, and Equity, 74 Neb. L. Rev. 255 (1995).

Task Force on the Common School, Divided We Fail: Coming Together Through Public School Choice (The Century Found., 2002).

Tiffany Waits, J. Carl Setzer, Laurie Lewis, Dual Credit and Exam-based Courses in US Public High Schools: 2002-03, at

Amy Stuart Wells & Robert L. Crain, Stepping over the Color Line: African-American Students in White Suburban Schools (Yale Univ. Press 1997).