As the prevalence of school-choice programs across the country has grown, so has the importance of understanding their impact on student outcomes. Do such systems help reduce educational inequality, or exacerbate it? Chicago Booth’s Christopher Campos analyzed Los Angeles’ Zones of Choice program and finds that in that case, school choice helped close the gap between students by encouraging poor-performing schools to improve.

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