- Students from affluent families tend to travel farther and attend schools with higher test results than do students from lower income brackets.
- Parents that expect their child to do better in school tend to travel farther and are willing to pay more for schools.
- Differences in quality seem to be the most important factor driving the decision to attend school in the home or other municipalities.
- Results of simulations suggest that while school choice seems to be valuable to consumers, there is a lot of heterogeneity along at least two dimensions: the different characteristics of the Chilean school
choice system seem to be valued in different ways by different households, and different groups of consumers value school choice in different ways.