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Immigrant Children and School Choice: Immigrant and Native Enrollment in Private and Public Education
CATO
2024.05.02
Several states have reformed their educational systems in the face of increased dissatisfaction with public education during and after the COVID-19 pandemic school closures, a desire for parents and children to have more choice, and other sources of dissatisfaction. Many of those reforms have increased school choice by creating or expanding education savings accounts, tax credit scholarships, or other reforms. Some commentators and politicians claim that immigrant access to school choice programs are reasons to oppose them―especially when the students or their parents are illegal immigrants.1