Over the past several decades, a considerable body of research has looked at whether charter schools benefit students who choose to enroll in them. More recently, researchers have turned their attention to a related question: Is the expansion of the charter school sector harming students who remain in traditional public schools?

On this episode of The Report Card, https://www.aei.org/profile/nathaniel-n-malkus/ (Nat Malkus) asks two experts to weigh in: https://www.njpp.org/author/mark-weber/#:~:text=Mark%20Weber%2C%20Ph.,University%20in%20public%20school%20finance. (Mark Weber), a special analyst at the New Jersey Policy Perspective and a public school music teacher, and https://www.bu.edu/wheelock/profile/marcus-a-winters/ (Marcus Winters), an associate professor at Boston University and a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute.

https://fordhaminstitute.org/national/research/robbers-or-victims-charter-schools-and-district-finances (Read Mark Weber's recent Fordham Institute report), "Robbers or Victims? Charter Schools and District Finances"

https://www.manhattan-institute.org/expert/marcus-winters (Read Marcus Winter's recent Manhatten Institute report), "Do Charter Schools Harm Traditional Public Schools? Years of Test-Score Data Suggest They Don’t"

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