Lubienski’s research centers on education policy and reform in school choice, charter schools, school vouchers, and homeschooling. He has a particular focus on issues in equity, access, and evidence use in policymaking. His current work examines organizational responses to competitive conditions in local education markets and innovation in education markets for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and on policymakers’ use of research evidence as influenced by advocacy organizations.
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Investigates patterns of access across three highly competitive local education markets to determine how school choices are arranged, finding that all three cases showed patterns of exclusionary strategies that schools embraced to enhance market position.