John Singleton

John D. Singleton is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Rochester. His research focuses on empirical questions related to the equity and finance of school choice programs and the implications for policy. His dissertation work studying inequities in access to school choice generated by charter school funding policies was awarded a National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Foundation fellowship. He received his BA in economics from Calvin College, an MA in economics from University of Colorado Denver, and PhD from Duke University.

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The fiscal externalities of charter schools: Evidence from North Carolina

A significant criticism of the charter school movement is that funding for charter schools diverts money away from traditional public...