The Educational Impact of Parental Choice and School Competition
Stephen Gibbons (),
Stephen Machin () and
Olmo Silva ()
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A central focus of current education policy is to expand parents' choice over where their children go to school and to promote competition between schools. A long-running CEP research programme by Stephen Gibbons, Stephen Machin and Olmo Silva has been assessing the effects on both educational outcomes and inequalities between schools.
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