Education Finance and Policy (EFP) publishes policy-relevant research papers concerning education finance, policy, and practice. The journal draws from a range of fields—including economics, political science, public administration and policy, law, and education—covering topics that span from early childhood to graduate education in the United States and around the world. The journal publishes two types of articles: research papers and policy briefs. We encourage authors to consult our style guides for research papers and policy briefs.
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Effects of Flipped Classroom Instruction: Evidence from a Randomized Trial. Elizabeth Setren, Kyle Greenberg, Oliver Moore, Michael Yankovich
Schoolwide Free Meals and Student Discipline: Effects of the Community Eligibility Provision. Nora Gordon, Krista Ruffini.
Peer Disruption and Learning: Links between Suspensions and the Educational Achievement of Non-Suspended Students. NaYoung Hwang, Thurston Domina
A Switch in Time: The Academic Effects of Shifting Math Remediation from College to High School. Angela Boatman, Christopher T. Bennett
Impact of a Low-Cost Postsecondary Enrollment Intervention: Evidence from Louisiana. Swarup Joshi, Stephen Barnes
Returns to Teaching Repetition: The Effect of Short-term Teaching Experience on Student Outcomes. Harold E. Cuffe, Jan Feld, Trevor O’Grady
Summary of: Hwang, N. & Domina, T. (2021). Peer Disruption and Learning: Links between Suspensions and the Educational Achievement of Non-Suspended Students. Education Finance and Policy, 16 (3): 443-463.