On June 30, 2015, the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice released the results of its annual Schooling in America Survey, which measures public opinion, awareness, and knowledge of a range of K–12 education topics and reforms. The survey delves into the perceived direction of American K–12 education, education spending, standardized testing, the Common Core State Standards, charter schools, vouchers, and other school choice policies.
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The Schooling in America Survey: What the nation thinks about K–12 education