Effectiveness of Education Policy Proposals (February 2015)

Effectiveness of Education Policy Proposals (February 2015)

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Increasing the pay of public school teachers66%
Increasing opportunities for online learning66%
Reducing the number of standardized tests students must take63%
Allowing more localized control over curriculum and standards62%
Increasing funding for the public school system61%
Making it easier for charter schools to open and operate 58%
Expanding state-funded, pre-kindergarten programs54%
Creating a school voucher program49%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Increasing the pay of public school teachers81%64%56%
Increasing opportunities for online learning69%68%65%
Reducing the number of standardized tests students must take69%51%61%
Allowing more localized control over curriculum and standards48%52%78%
Increasing funding for the public school system85%57%44%
Making it easier for charter schools to open and operate 44%51%71%
Expanding state-funded, pre-kindergarten programs78%56%34%
Creating a school voucher program35%40%64%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Increasing the pay of public school teachers92%61%59%
Increasing opportunities for online learning71%63%66%
Reducing the number of standardized tests students must take74%56%63%
Allowing more localized control over curriculum and standards44%50%79%
Increasing funding for the public school system92%63%48%
Making it easier for charter schools to open and operate 34%51%71%
Expanding state-funded, pre-kindergarten programs82%60%38%
Creating a school voucher program29%41%63%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
Increasing the pay of public school teachers84%62%44%
Increasing opportunities for online learning69%68%60%
Reducing the number of standardized tests students must take72%62%58%
Allowing more localized control over curriculum and standards51%73%78%
Increasing funding for the public school system88%61%28%
Making it easier for charter schools to open and operate 46%66%78%
Expanding state-funded, pre-kindergarten programs84%48%23%
Creating a school voucher program36%57%73%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Increasing the pay of public school teachers64%80%65%
Increasing opportunities for online learning64%73%68%
Reducing the number of standardized tests students must take64%63%60%
Allowing more localized control over curriculum and standards64%50%61%
Increasing funding for the public school system55%86%64%
Making it easier for charter schools to open and operate 59%56%55%
Expanding state-funded, pre-kindergarten programs45%81%60%
Creating a school voucher program50%44%49%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Increasing the pay of public school teachers70%66%61%
Increasing opportunities for online learning66%66%66%
Reducing the number of standardized tests students must take64%66%56%
Allowing more localized control over curriculum and standards61%63%62%
Increasing funding for the public school system69%61%53%
Making it easier for charter schools to open and operate 59%54%62%
Expanding state-funded, pre-kindergarten programs61%54%43%
Creating a school voucher program50%49%46%

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