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EdChoice Survey Explores Millennial Parents' Education Decisions

Oct 12, 2016

EDCHOICE has published findings from its 2016 Schooling in America Survey, comparing upcoming and current millennial parents to parents of other generations. More than half (58 percent) of millennial parents think K-12 education is headed in the wrong direction, whereas a national average of 62 percent of parents think education is going down the wrong track. Millennial parents, similar to national preferences, prefer private over public schools, but estimates say 83 percent will go enroll in public schools and 10 percent will attend private schools. Read the full report for more findings on parents’ decisions to switch schools, costs and school vouchers.

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EdChoice Survey Explores Millennial Parents' Education Decisions

Oct 12, 2016

EDCHOICE has published findings from its 2016 Schooling in America Survey, comparing upcoming and current millennial parents to parents of other generations. More than half (58 percent) of millennial parents think K-12 education is headed in the wrong direction, whereas a national average of 62 percent of parents think education is going down the wrong track. Millennial parents, similar to national preferences, prefer private over public schools, but estimates say 83 percent will go enroll in public schools and 10 percent will attend private schools. Read the full report for more findings on parents’ decisions to switch schools, costs and school vouchers.

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