School Choice Publications

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The Institute for Justice produces reports, articles and papers designed toinform policy and legal debates on school choice. 

 

Strategic Research

Social science and policy research on IJ issues; often published and cited in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals and other policy and legal publications

Opening the Schoolhouse Doors: Tax Credits and Educational Access in Alabama
By Dick M. Carpenter and Angela C. Erickson


Expanding Choice: Tax Credits and Educational Access in Idaho
By Dick M. Carpenter
December 2011

Opening the Schoolhouse Doors Indiana's Choice Scholarship Program Extends Long History of Choice-Based Aid
By Angela C. Erickson
December 2011


Journal of School Choice: Special Needs Vouchers Aid Children and Promote Excellence: A Response to “Beyond Cain v. Horne”
By Tim Keller
June 2010


Expanding Choice: Tax Credits and Educational Access in Montana
By Dick M. Carpenter and John K. Ross
March 2009

Expanding Choice: Tax Credits and Educational Access in Indiana
By Dick M. Carpenter and John K. Ross
February 2009

Choice and Opportunity: The Past and Future of Choice-Based Aid in Louisiana
By Dick M. Carpenter and John K. Ross
May 2008

Fatally Flawed: A Critique of Fixing the Milwaukee Public Schools: The Limits of Parent-Driven Reform
By Dick M. Carpenter
November 2007

Private Choice In Public Programs: How Private Institutions Secure Social Services for Georgians
By Dick M. Carpenter and Sara Peterson
March 2007

Private Choice In Public Programs: How Private Institutions Secure Social Services for Arizonans
by Dick M. Carpenter and Sara Peterson
January 2007

Arizona Individual and Corporate Tax Credits
By Dick M. Carpenter
October 2006

Fiscal Analysis of Arizona's Corporate Tax Credit Scholarship Program
By Vicki Murray
October 2006

 

 

Legal and Policy Studies

Reports and commentaries on legal and policy issues by IJ legal experts

 

School Choice and the North Carolina Constitution
By David Roland
April 2006

School Choice and State Constitutions: A Guide to Designing School Choice Programs
By Richard D. Komer and Clark Neily
April 2007

Bulletproofing School Choice: How to Write Sound & Constitutional Legislation to Expand Educational Opportunity

 

 

Scholarly, Law Review and Policy Articles

Articles by IJ legal and policy experts
Special Needs Vouchers Aid Children and Promote Excellence: A Response to "Beyond Cain v. Horne"
Journal of School Choice, Volume 4, Number 2, April-June 2010
By Tim Keller
(not yet available online)

School Choice and the Law
Journal of School Choice, Volume 3, Number 4, 2009
By Dick M. Carpenter

The National Implications of Cain v. Horne
Journal of School Choice, Volume 3, Number 4, 2009
By Tim Keller

School Choice and State Constitutions' Religion Clauses
Journal of School Choice, Volume 3, Number 4, 2009
By Dick Komer

The Florida Supreme Court vs. School Choice: A "Uniformly" Horrid Decision
Texas Review of Law & Politics, Volume 10, Number 2, Spring 2006
By Clark Neily


The Past Should Not Shackle the Present: The Revival of a Legacy of Religious Bigotry by Opponents of School Choice
NYU Annual Survey of American Law, August 2003
By Robert William Gall

 

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