Education Economics Center Research
Check out the exciting research happening in the Education Economics Center at the Coles College of Business. Our research spans topics relating to academic concerns, relevant scholarships and school-related programs, the role of parents in education and many more!
Who Takes Advanced Placement (AP)?
Parents, Homevoters, and Public School Employees
The Productivity Trend for K-12 Public Schools is Even Worse
Scafidi Critique of FRC Fiscal Analysis of Georgia’s Tuition Tax
Credit Scholarship Program
The School Staffing Surge – Part II
Fiscal Effects of School Choice
A Reality Check on the School Choice Bogeyman
School Choice: Saving Students, Saving Money
Oklahoma ESA Proposal Ensures Cost Savings for Public School Districts
ESAs are Key to Improving Ed, Attracting Talent in Detroit
Top-Down Reform vs Market Reform of K-12 Education
An Employee Stock Ownership Plan—for America’s Public Schools
States Should Let Parents Decide School Choice Tests
Fruits and Future of Centralization in Public Schools
Public Education System has become Increasingly Centralized
The Decline of Voting with Your Feet in America’s Public Schools
Should Parents Opt Out of Standardized Testing?