This volume, which grew out of a conference sponsored by the Brookings Institution, the Urban Institute, and the Committee for Economic Development, offers a framework for comparative analysis of specific policy issues related to vouchers. Its 16 essays address the economics, politics, and legal issues of voucher use and explore how vouchers are currently employed in the United States and abroad for education, child care, job training, housing, and health care.CSTEEP, Boston College, 1996). ... The Philippines, for example, had a math score mean of 399 in eighth grade and a mean of 386 in seventh grade. ... used, the coefficient on subsidized religious schools would be 0.025 for math and 0.03 for science, little changed from the result obtained in the full sixteen-nation sample.
|Title||:||Vouchers and the Provision of Public Services|
|Author||:||C. Eugene Steuerle|
|Publisher||:||Brookings Institution Press - 2010-12-01|