In this conversation, Corey DeAngelis who is a Policy Analyst for the Cato Center for Educational Reform shares his thoughts on the election and what it might mean for Education Policy. Our conversation meanders from a review of Education Research, the election results, states to keep an eye on, and exciting research that he and other colleagues are working on.
I met Corey via Twitter, and you can find many of the resources he references if you follow him @DeAngelisCorey; however, some of the resources I link below as it may provide greater reading and context to his research and other work that is taking place in research and school choice policy.
Impact of Regulation on School Options: https://www.heartland.org/publications-resources/publications/research--commentary-burdensome-regulations-prevent-high-quality-schools-from-participating-in-voucher-programs-in-ohio-and-milwaukee
Mental Health and School Choices: https://fee.org/articles/why-teen-suicide-is-lower-in-states-that-have-more-school-choice/
Milwaukee's Voucher Schools: https://www.the74million.org/analysis-milwaukee-religious-schools-voucher-students/