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  • 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
  • A Degree Above? The Value-Added Estimates and Evaluation Ratings of Teachers with a Graduate Degree. Kevin C. Bastian
  • Parental Credit Constraints and Child College Attendance. Daniel Ringo
  • Principal Effectiveness and Principal Turnover. Jason A. Grissom and Brendan Bartanen
  • The Promise of Place-Based Investment in Postsecondary Access and Success: Investigating the Impact of the Pittsburgh Promise. Lindsay C. Page, Jennifer E. Iriti, Danielle J. Lowry, and Aaron M. Anthony
  • Raising the Bar for College Admission: North Carolina's Increase in Minimum Math Course Requirements. Charles T. Clotfelter, Steven W. Hemelt, and Helen F. Ladd
  • Donors and Founders on Charter School Boards and Their Impact on Financial and Academic Outcomes. Charisse A. Gulosino and Elif Şişli-Ciamarra
  • Cross-Subsidization of Teacher Pension Costs: The Case of California. Robert M. Costrell and Josh McGee
  • Keeping Kids in School: The Long-Term Effects of Extending Compulsory Education. Mahmoud A. A. Elsayed
  • The Uneven Implementation of Universal School Policies: Maternal Education and Florida's Mandatory Grade Retention Policy. Christina LiCalsi, Umut Ozek, and David Figlio
  • College Major Choice and Neighborhood Effects in a Historically Segregated Society: Evidence from South Africa. Biniam E. Bedasso
  • The Effects of Universal Preschool on Grade Retention. Luke C. Miller and Daphna Bassok
  • Estimating the relationship between preschool attendance and kindergarten science achievement: Implications for early science achievement gaps. F. Chris Curran
  • The Great Recession and Public Education. William N. Evans, Robert M. Schwab, and Kathryn L. Wagner
  • “No Excuses” Charter Schools and College Enrollment: New Evidence From a High School Network in Chicago. Matthew Davis and Blake Heller
  • Workplace Support and Diversity in the Market for Public School Teachers. Steven Bednar and Dora Gicheva
  • How Much Regulation? A Fuzzy Regression Discontinuity Analysis of Student Literacy Skills in Prekindergarten vs. Transitional Kindergarten. Christopher Doss
  • In Pursuit of the Common Good: The Spillover Effects of Charter Schools on Public School Students in New York City. Sarah A. Cordes
  • Household education spending in Latin America and the Caribbean: Evidence from income and expenditure surveys. Santiago Acerenza and Néstor Gandelman
  • What constitutes prudent spending from private college endowments? Evidence from underwater funds. Drew M. Anderson
  • Misattribution of Teacher Value-Added. Umut Özek and Zeyu Xu
  • School choice in Amsterdam: Which schools are chosen when school choice is free? Nienke M. Ruijs and Hessel Oosterbeek
  • The Sequential College Application Process. Jonathan Smith
  • Court-Ordered Finance Reforms in The Adequacy Era: Heterogeneous Causal Effects and Sensitivity. Christopher A. Candelaria and Kenneth A. Shores
  • The Effect of Community Traumatic Events on Student Achievement: Evidence from the Beltway Sniper Attacks. Seth Gershenson and Erdal Tekin
  • Statewide Transfer Policies and Community College Student Success. Angela Boatman and Adela Soliz
  • Financial Incentives and Educational Investment: The Impact of Performance-Based Scholarships on Student Time Use. Lisa Barrow and Cecilia Elena Rouse

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