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The Hamilton Review

Mar 8, 2022

Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast! In this conversation, Dr. Bob has an informative discussion with Martin Lueken, Director of the Fiscal Research and Education Center at EdChoice, where he primarily researches fiscal-related issues in educational choice.

Every year, the public school systems spends fifteen thousand dollars a year per student for education. What would happen if parents could access that money through a school voucher and make their own choices about their child's education? Parents, this conversation is valuable and packed with important information about education that many parents don't think about. Martin Lueken has a doctorate in education policy and is at the top of his field on this topic. 

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Martin Lueken Biography  

Martin Lueken is director of the Fiscal Research and Education Center at EdChoice, where he primarily researches fiscal-related issues in educational choice. His work includes providing expert support and advice for policy makers in helping understand the fiscal impact of current school choice programs and potential fiscal effects of programs introduced in state legislatures. He also conducts data analysis and research on school choice.

His research work and interests include education finance and teacher pensions. He has provided expert testimony and advice about fiscal issues for numerous states that have introduced education choice legislation. His work has been mentioned in various media and education-specific outlets, including The New York TimesThe Wall Street JournalEducation NextEducation Week, and The 74.

Marty previously studied in the Department of Education Reform and received his doctorate in Education Policy from the University of Arkansas. He also earned a master’s degree in Economics from the University of Missouri. He received his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in sports medicine from Eastern Illinois University. After graduating from Eastern Illinois University, he moved to Yashio-Shi in Japan, where he taught English in public elementary and junior high schools for five years. That experience shifted his interests to education policy in the United States. Upon his return, he set out to pursue graduate work that would best equip him for effecting meaningful change in the education policy arena. His experiences in Japan ultimately led him to the education reform movement.

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