Private school location and neighborhood characteristics

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Lisa Barrow;
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Any voucher program that is going to have a major impact on the public education system is likely to require an expansion of private schools in order to accommodate increased demand; however, very little is known about where private schools open and, therefore, how a ma... View more
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