Funding Growth, Expanding Opportunity: Novel Funding Mechanisms for Schools of Choice

Private school choice programs and the organizations that support them could do a much better job deferring the capital, infrastructure, and other fixed costs of participating private schools. If we want school choice programs to transform the educational landscape, they have to be able to spark the creation and expansion of high-quality schools, which the current funding arrangement does not allow. Recommendations for improving funding for private school choice programs include decreasing start-up costs, helping schools access bonds and other low-cost financing, getting the private sector involved productively, and fostering partnerships with support institutions and venture capital sources.

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