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INSTITUTE ON EDUCATION LAW AND POLICY

Setting the Stage for Informed, Objective Deliberation on School Choice

Bibliography--School Choice (General)

(Updated 5/16/2007)

Courtney Bell, All Choices Created Equal? How Good Parents Select "Failing" Schools, National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education, Columbia University (Oct. 2005), at http://www.ncspe.org/publications_files/OP106.pdf.

Robert C. Bulman & David L. Kirp, The Shifting Politics of School Choice, in School Choice and Social Controversy: Politics, Policy and Law, 36-67 (Stephen D. Sugarman & Frank R. Kemerer, eds., Brookings Institution Press, 1999).

William G. Buss, in School Choice and Social Controversy: Politics, Policy and Law, 300-31 (Stephen D. Sugarman & Frank R. Kemerer eds., Brookings Institution Press, 1999).

Christopher Chapman and Stacey Bielick, U.S. Dep’t of Educ., Nat’l Ctr. for Educ. Statistics, Trends in the Use of School Choice: 1993 to 1999 (2005), available at http://www.ed.gov.

John E. Chubb, Real Choice, in Our Schools Our Future . . . Are We Still at Risk?, 329-362 (Paul E. Peterson, ed., Hoover Institution 2003).

Peter W. Cookson, Jr., School Choice: The Struggle for the Soul of American Education (Yale Univ. Press, 1994).

John E. Coons, Rescuing School Choice From Its Friends, 185 America 7 (Aug. 13, 2001).

R. Crain, et al., The Effects of Academic Career Magnet Education on High Schools and their Graduates (Berkeley, Calif: Univ. of Calif., Nat’l Ctr. For Research in Voc. Educ., 1999).

Dominick DiRocco, Note, Making the Grade: School Choice Comes to New Jersey, 22 Seton Hall Legis. J. 281 (1998).

Educ. Commission of the States, School Choice: State Laws (May 2003), at http://www.ecs.org/clearinghouse/13/75/1375.htm.

Douglas A. Edwards, Cleveland and Milwaukee's Free Market Solution for the "Pedantic Heaps of Sophistry and Nonsense" That Plagues Public Education: Mistakes on Two Lakes? 30 Akron L. Rev. 687 (1997).

Milton Friedman, The Role of Government in Education, in Economics and the Public Interest, 123-44 (Robert Solo ed., Rutgers Univ. Press 1955).

R. Kenneth Goodwin & Frank R. Kemerer, School Choice Tradeoffs: Liberty, Equity & Diversity (Univ. of Texas Press, 2002).

Jeffrey R. Henig, Rethinking School Choice: Limits of the Market Metaphor (Princeton Univ. Press, 1995).

Jeffrey R. Henig & Stephen D. Sugarman, The Nature and Extent of School Choice, in School Choice and Social Controversy: Politics, Policy and Law, 13-35 (Stephen D. Sugarman & Frank R. Kemerer eds., Brookings Institution Press, 1999).

Helen Hershkoff & Adam S. Cohen, School Choice and the Lessons of Choctaw County, 10 Yale L. & Pol’y Rev. 1 (1992).

Caroline M. Hoxby, Does Competition Among Public Schools Benefit Students and Taxpayers? 90 The Am. Econ. Rev. 1209-38 (2000).

Lisa Hudson & Linda Shafer, Vocational Education Offerings in Rural High Schools, Washington, D.C.: US Dept. of Ed., Office of Educ. Research & Improvement, NCES, Issue Brief NCES 2002-120.

Christopher Jencks, Is the Public School Obsolete?, 2 Pub. Int. 18 (1966).

Krista Kafer, The Heritage Foundation, Progress on School Choice in the States (July 2003), at http://www.heritage.org/research/education/bg1639.cfm.

James Kemple, Career Academies: Impacts on Students’ Initial Transitions to Post-Secondary Education and Employment (New York: MRDC 2004).

Carl Krueger, Dual Enrollment: Policy Issues Confronting State Policymakers (Education Commission of the States, March 2006), at http://www.ecs.org/ecsmain.asp?page=http://www.ecs.org/clearinghouse/67/87/6787.pdf

Helen F. Ladd, Market-Based Reforms in Urban Education (Econ. Pol’y. Inst. 2002).

Henry M. Levin & Heather L. Schwartz, Educational Vouchers for Universal Preschools (National Center for the Study of Privatization in Education 2006), at http://www.ncspe.org/publications_files/OP130.pdf.

George M. Macchia, New Jersey and School Vouchers: Perfect Together, 8 Seton Hall Const. L.J. 507 (1998).

Eve Muller & Eileen Ahearn, Special Education Vouchers: Four State Approaches (Project Forum, April 2007), at http://www.projectforum.org/docs/SpecialEducationVouchers-FourStateApproaches.pdf.

Nat’l. Ctr. for Educ. Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Educ., Digest of Education Statistics, 2001 (2002), at http://www.nces.ed.gov/pubs2002/digest2001/ch.1.asp.

National Working Commission on Choice in K-12 Education, The Brookings Institution, School Choice: Doing It the Right Way Makes a Difference (2003), at http://www.brookings.edu/gs/brown/20031116schoolchoicereport.pdf.

NASDCTE, Career Education: A National Perspective, Sept. 2002, at http://www.careertech.org/publications/publications.asp.

N.J. Council of County Vocational-Technical Schools, A New Look at Vocational-Technical Education in New Jersey, at http://www.njccvts.org/newlook/.

N.J. Council of County Vocational-Technical Schools, Characteristics of Career Academies in New Jersey, at http://www.njccvts.org/docs/html_docs/characteristics.htm.

N.J. Council of County Vocational-Technical Schools, Abbott Pupils Attending County Vocational Schools, at http://www.njccvts.org/docs/html_docs/Abbott_Narrative.htm.

Council of County Vocational-Technical Schools, High-Tech Career Academies at County Vocational-Technical Schools, at http://http://www.njccvts.org/docs/html_docs/career_academies_list.htm.

Paul E. Peterson, School Choice: A Report Card, 6 Va. J. Soc. Pol’y & L. 47 (1998).

Learning from School Choice (Paul E. Peterson & Bryan C. Hassell, eds. Brookings Institution Press 1998).

James A. Peyser, School Choice: When, Not If, 35 B.C. L. Rev. 619 (1994).

Leslie Garisto Pfaff, The Right to Choose, New Jersey Monthly, July 30, 2003.

Rand Corp., Efforts to Improve the Quality of Vocational Education in Secondary Schools: Impact of Federal and State Policies (June 2004), at http://www.ed.gov/rschstat/eval/sectech/nave/impact-2004.pdf.

James E. Ryan & Michael Heise, The Political Economy of School Choice, 111 Yale L.J., 2043 (2002).

Stephen D. Sugarman, The Symposium Reading, Writing & Reform: The Roles of State & Federal Government in Education – Two School-Finance Roles for the Federal Government: Promoting Equity and Choice, 17 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 79 (1997).

Stephen D. Sugarman, School Choice and Public Funding, in School Choice and Social Controversy: Politics, Policy and Law, 111,139 (Stephen D. Sugarman & Frank R. Kemerer eds., Brookings Institution Press) (1999).

US Dept. of Educ., Office of the Undersec’y, Policy & Prog. Studies Serv., Nat’l Assessment of Vocational Education: Final Report to Congress (2004).

Joseph P. Viteritti, Choosing Equality (Brookings Institution Press 1999).