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by Helen F. Ladd

eBook Market-Based Reforms in Urban Education ePub
Author: Helen F. Ladd
Language: English
ISBN: 0944826989
ISBN13: 978-0944826980
Publisher: Economic Policy Inst (February 1, 2002)
Pages: 62
Category: Schools & Teaching
Subcategory: Teaching
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Among the many ideas for reforming urban education are those that fit loosely under the rubric of market-based reforms.

Educational outcomes for many urban students are unacceptable: dropout rates are high, test scores are low, and fewer students go to college compared with their suburban counterparts. Among the many ideas for reforming urban education are those that fit loosely under the rubric of market-based reforms. They include various forms of public school choice, charter schools, voucher programs, and the use of education management organizations.

The latest EPI book, Market-based Reforms in Urban Education, examines the extensive but disparate evidence to help determine whether these reforms promote the public interest and translate well into the provision of compulsory education. ISBN13: 9780944826980. Release Date: January 2002. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

from Wellesley College in 1967, a master's degree from the London School of Economics in 1968 and a P.

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direction of market-based principles by introducing full parental choice of schools and forcing schools to compete for students. Despite some obvious differences between the . and New Zealand, the countries are sufficiently similar, especially if one focuses on the urban rather than rural areas, for the reforms to generate lessons for this country.

The latest EPI book, Market-based Reforms in Urban Education, examines the .

It uses the market framework of demand, supply, and market pricing to organize the extensive but disparate evidence on the effects of market-based reforms in the United States, Chile, and New Zealand.

Ladd, Helen F. This paper is for policymakers, advocates, and analysts who understand that the issues surrounding the introduction of more market-based mechanisms into education are complex and who accept the view that evidence is useful in sorting out the issues. It uses the market framework of demand, supply, and market pricing to organize the extensive but disparate evidence on the effects of market-based reforms in the United States, Chile, and New Zealand. It critically examines the relevant evidence on how choice and competition affect educational outcomes, especially for urban schools.

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In the debate over reforming urban education, the issues surrounding market-based approaches—charter schools, vouchers, public school choice—are complex. The latest EPI book, Market-based Reforms in Urban Education, examines the extensive but disparate evidence to help determine whether these reforms promote the public interest and translate well into the provision of compulsory education.
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