- The impact of schooling intensity on student learning: Evidence from a quasi-experiment. Vincenzo Andrietti and Xuejuan Su
- Supplement or Supplant? Estimating the Impact of State Lottery Earmarks on Higher Education Funding. Elizabeth Bell, Wesley Wehde, and Madeleine Stucky
- Can Simplifying Financial Aid Offers Impact College Enrollment and Borrowing? Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Evidence. Kelly Ochs Rosinger
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- Validating Teacher Effects on Students’ Attitudes and Behaviors: Evidence from Random Assignment of Teachers to Students. David Blazar
- I Want You! Expanding College Access through Targeted Recruiting Efforts. Brian J. Miller and William L. Skimmyhorn
- The Impact of State Aid Reform on Property Values: A Case Study of Maryland's Bridge to Excellence in Public Schools Act. Il Hwan Chung, William Duncombe, and John Yinger
- The Effects of Subgroup-Specific Accountability on Teacher Turnover and Attrition. Matthew Shirrell
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The Effects of Universal Preschool on Grade Retention
Luke C. Miller and Daphna Bassok
How Much Regulation? Fuzzy Regression Discontinuity Analysis of Student Literacy Skills in Prekindergarten vs. Transitional Kindergarten
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School Choice in Amsterdam: Which Schools are Chosen When School Choice is Free?. Nienke Ruijs and Hessel Oosterbeek. Education Finance and Policy Winter 2019, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 1–30.Using discrete choice models, this paper investigates the determinants of secondary school choice in the city of Amsterdam. In this city, there are many schools to choose from and school choice is virtually unrestricted (no catchment areas, low or no tuition fees, short distances).
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