Research Report "It's Hard to Separate Choice from Transportation"
Perspective on Student Transportation Policy in Three Choice-Rich School Districts
Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj
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The rapid proliferation of school choice policies over the past three decades has resulted in significant changes in the number and type of schooling options available to students. As school districts have adopted school choice policies, however, new questions have arisen about school transportation policies. This report explores the challenges and costs associated with school transportation in a choice-rich environment and examines how transportation policy can influence the local school choice landscape.
Research Areas Education
Tags K-12 education Secondary education
Policy Centers Income and Benefits Policy Center Center on Education Data and Policy