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What does it cost America each time a young person fails to graduate?
October 24 & 25, 2005


Rhee Lists 6 Firms Eyed To Help Run 10 Campuses
April 17, 2008


***Milwaukee's lessons on school vouchers***
May 23, 2006


***Choice, SES Would Flip Under Plan***
May 24, 2006


Parents Shell Out Big Bucks for Tutors
September 2, 2006


Virtual Classes Opening Worlds
September 7, 2006


Hundreds of Kids Flock to State's New Online Schools
September 11, 2006


U.S. Homework Outsourced as "E-Tutoring" Grows
September 28, 2006


Offer of Free Tutoring Ignored by Families
October 1, 2006


City Considers Plan to Let Outsiders Run Schools
October 5, 2006


One for the Books, Tutoring Gets Outsourced
October 23, 2006


Tutoring Company Sues DPS, Claims it Violated 'No Child' Law
November 10, 2006


Online schools flunk audit
December 11, 2006


State will study tutoring companies
December 14, 2006


Market for NCLB tutoring falls short of expectations
December 20, 2006


A Virtual Education
December 19, 2006


Schools turn to outsourcing
January 2, 2007


An after school struggle to juggle kids
January 3, 2007


Tutor firms not vetted for public school deals
January 13, 2007


Bloomberg seeks further changes for city schools
January 18, 2007


Panel favors extended view of learning
January 24, 2007


Companies want changes in NCLB tutoring policies
January 24, 2007


Bush proposes broadening the No Child Left Behind Act
January 25, 2007


Online classes go mainstream
February 4, 2007


Nonprofit will recruit and train 40 school principals in 4 years
February 6, 2007


More students across US logging on to online classrooms
February 18, 2007


Number of after-school programs is doubled
March 5, 2007


New Orleans struggles to revamp public education
March 1, 2007


Study finds interest in blend of traditional and online courses
March 5, 2007


Virtual classes are clicking with more Maine students
March 11, 2007


New breed of digital tutors yielding learning gains
April 2, 2007


Klein specifies restructuring of city schools
April 17, 2007


Virtual schools lack oversight
April 25, 2007


Senate accord fleshes out online schools' oversight
April 27, 2007


Rule change poses new challenges for online education
May 10, 2007


Sanford signs virtual school measure
May 18, 2007


Law would limit school outsourcing
May 23, 2007


Lobbying for changes in NCLB's tutoring provision
May 22, 2007


States taking action on virtual schools
June 13, 2007


Evidence thin on student gains from NCLB tutoring
June 13, 2007


Preschools run for profit?
June 18, 2007


School-business partnerships target STEM subjects
June 20, 2007


Study: federal tutoring helping students
June 27, 2007


Online classes take the sting out of summer schools
July 22, 2007


Missouri offers online final for the first time
July 22, 2007


Louisiana Seeks Partners to Take Over Failing Schools
February, 05, 2008


Debate Emerges Over Proposed NCLB Rules on Tutoring, Choice
May 01, 2008


NCLB Tutoring Outside The Box
May 14, 2008


Utah approves second online charter school
May 23, 2008


NC online students can graduate early, or catch up
August 09, 2008


Teachers Go to School on Online Instruction
August 11, 2008


State rep proposes financial benefits for parents that teach kindergarten at home
December 2, 2008


'New Leaders' Group to License Principals in N.C.
December 14, 2008


Waivers free high school students to study online, off-campus
January 06, 2009


Families choose home schooling with support of CUSD
February 04, 2009


Online K-12 enrollment up after law change
February 04, 2009


Idaho House backs expansion of virtual education
April 14, 2009


Md. School Joins Test of Online Courses Tailored to Girls
July 06, 2009


Subsidiary of News Corp. Loses Deal With State
August 30, 2011


Online Classes Booming, But With Red Flags
October 14, 2011


Hess to implement ‘Succeed 2020’ program for North Dakota kids
Nov 9, 2011


Laptop and online mandates lose in all 44 counties (with Luna statement)
November 7, 2012


After vote, Idaho ed board ditches online classes
November 19, 2012


Publications that match your selection are presented below

211. The Efficacy of the Los Angeles Unified School District Public School Choice Initiative for Student Achievement Outcomes: Evidence from the First Year. 2012.
Author: Katharine O. Strunk, Julie A. Marsh, Ayesha Hashim, Susan Bush and Tracey Weinstein



198. Some Economic Guidelines for Design of a Charter School District. 2012.
Author: Henry M. Levin



177. Supplemental Educational Services as a Component of No Child Left Behind: A Mixed-Method Analysis of its Impact on Student Achievement. 2009.
Author: Marco A. Muñoz & Steven M. Ross



176. Implementation and Outcomes of Supplemental Educational Services: The 2007-2008 Tennessee State-Wide Evaluation Study. 2009.
Author: Steven M. Ross, Laura L. Neergaard, Lynn Harrison, James Ford, Jangmi Paek, William Sanders, James Ashton and Jill Leandro



167. Can Interdistrict Choice Boost Student Achievement? The Case of Connecticut’s Interdistrict Magnet School Program. 2008.
Author: Robert Bifulco, Casey Cobb & Courtney Bell



155. Feeling the Florida Heat? How Low-Performing Schools Respond to Voucher and Accountability Pressure. 2008
Author: Cecilia Elena Rouse, Jane Hannaway, Dan Goldhaber and David Figlio



141. Are Education Management Organizations Improving Student Achievement? 2007.
Author: Martha Abele Mac Iver and Douglas J. Mac Iver



139. The Effect of Winning a First-Choice School Entry Lottery on Student Perfromance: Evidence from a Natural Experiment. 2007.
Author: Fang Lai



131. Education Tax Credits in a Post-Zelman Era: Legal, Political, and Policy Alternatives to Vouchers? 2006.
Author: Luis A. Huerta and Chad d'Entremont



130. Education Vouchers for Universal Pre-Schools. 2006.
Author: Henry M. Levin and Heather L. Schwartz



128. Beyond Achievement: Enrollment Consequences of Charter Schools in Michigan. 2006.
Author: Eugenia F. Toma, Ron Zimmer, and John T. Jones



127. The Future of Vouchers: Lessons from the Adoption, Design, and Court Challenges of Three Voucher Programs in Florida. 2006.
Author: Douglas N. Harris, Carolyn D. Herrington, and Amy Albee



123. Magnet Schools and Student Achievement. 2006.
Author: Dale Ballou, Ellen Goldring and Keke Liu



122. Is Charter School Competition in California Improving the Performance of Traditional Public Schools? 2006.
Author: Richard Buddin and Ron Zimmer



121. Estimating the Effects of Private School Vouchers in Multi-District Economies. 2006.
Author: Maria Marta Ferreyra



120. Using School Scholarships to Estimate the Effect of Government Subsidized Private Education on Academic Achievement in Chile. 2006.
Author: Priyanka Anand, Alejandra Mizala, and Andrea Repetto



119. Politics of Charter Schools: Competing National Advocacy Coalitions Meet Local Politics. 2006.
Author: Michael W. Kirst



118. Charter School Performance in Urban School Districts: Are They Closing the Achievement Gap? 2006.
Author: Ron Zimmer and Richard Buddin



117. Tiebout Choice and the Voucher. 2006.
Author: Eric Brunner and Jennifer Imazeki



116. Why is Educational Entrepreneurship so Difficult? 2006.
Author: Henry M. Levin



115. The For-Profit Sector: U.S. Patterns and International Echoes in Higher Education. 2006.
Author: Kevin Kinser and Daniel C. Levy



114. Unanticipated Development: Perspectives on Private Higher Education's Emerging Roles. 2006.
Author: Daniel C. Levy



113. The Political Economy of School Choice: Support for Charter Schools Across States and School Districts. 2006.
Author: Christiana Stoddard and Sean P. Corcoran



112. The Evidence on Education Vouchers: An Application to the Cleveland Scholarship and Tutoring Program. 2006.
Author: Clive Belfield



111. Charter, Private, Public Schools and Academic Achievement: New Evidence from NAEP Mathematics Data. 2006.
Author: Chris Lubienski and Sarah Theule Lubienski



110. The Effect of Charter Schools on School Peer Composition. 2006.
Author: Ken Booker, Ron Zimmer, and Richard Buddin



Events that match your selection are presented below

TC Symposium:The Social Costs of Inadequate Education
October 24, 2005


SEE Seminar: A Frame of Reference for Interpreting the Educational Effects of Compensatory Programs.
November 17, 2005


April 2006. Privatization of Education in South Asia: A case for the voucher system in Pakistan
December 31, 2005


NCSL Annual Meeting: Alternatives to Traditional Public Education: An Update on Charters, Vouchers and Tax Credits
August 01, 2005


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