Research Studies

EducationNext: Taking Stock of Private-School Choice: Scholars Review the Research on Statewide Programs: Patrick J Wolf, Douglas N Harris, Mark Berends, R Joseph Waddington, and Mega Austin:Spring 2018/Vol 18 No 2

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The Thomas B Fordham Institute: Is There a Gifted Gap? Gifted Education in High-Poverty Schools: Christopher Yaluma, Adam Tyner, Ph.D.: January 31, 2018

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Foundation for Excellence in Education: Putting Career and Technical Education to Work for Students: A Playbook for State Policymakers: November 2017

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Institute for Justice: License to Work: A National Study of Burdens from Occupational Licensing: Dick Carter, Ph.D., Lisa Knepper, Kyle Sweerand, Jennifer McDonald: November 13, 2017

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Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO): Charter School Performance in New York City: October 2017

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Urban Institute: The Effects of Statewide Private School Choice on College Enrollment and Graduation: Matthew Chingos, Daniel Kuehn: September 27, 2017

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Manhattan Institute: The Affordability Conundrum: Value, Price, and Choice in Higher Education Today: Beth Akers, Kim Dancy, Jason Delisle: April 12, 2017

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Program on Education Policy and Government (PEPG): Union Reform and Teacher Turnover: Evidence from Wisconsin’s Act: Jonathan Roth: February 2017

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