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Are Early Childhood Programs Worth the Investment?
This analysis reviewed four research studies on the long-lasting effects of early childhood development programs.
States, J. (2011). Are Early Childhood Programs Worth the Investment? Retrieved from are-early-childhood-programs.
Can the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) and Promise Academies of the Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) charter school model be replicated on a national scale?
The analysis examined the impact of two charter school models, Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) academic performance and Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) and looks at issues of taking these models to scale.
States, J. (2014). Can the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) and Promise Academies of the Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) charter school model be replicated on a national scale? Retrieved from can-knowledge-is-power.
Do charter schools outperform traditional schools?
The analysis found no significant differences between the math and reading scores for students assigned to charter schools as compared with public schools.
States, J. (2011). Do charter schools outperform traditional schools? Retrieved from do-charter-schools-outperform810.
Do charter schools outperform traditional schools? (second analysis)
This analysis of charter schoolstudent achievement compared to public schools found small, but not critical differences. Greater differences were as likely to be found between charter school models.
States, J. (2010). Do charter schools outperform traditional schools? (second analysis) Retrieved from do-charter-schools-outperform811.
Do charter schools play a significant role in the American education system?
This analysis examined charter school growth and the impact his is having on local school budgets.
States, J. (2010). Do charter schools play a significant role in the American education system? Retrieved from do-charter-schools-play.
How does class size reduction measure up to other common educational interventions in a cost-benefit analysis?
This analysis examined the cost effectiveness of research from Stuart Yeh on common sturctural interventions in education. Additionally, The Wing Institute analyzes class-size reduction using Yeh's methods.
States, J. (2009). How does class size reduction measure up to other common educational interventions in a cost-benefit analysis? Retrieved from how-does-class-size.
What are the costs and benefits of five common educational interventions?
This analysis examined the cost effectiveness of research from Stuart Yeh on common sturctural interventions in education.
States, J. (2010). What are the costs and benefits of five common educational interventions? Retrieved from what-are-costs-and.
What is the impact of school closure on student achievement?
This analysis examined students in Ohio that were affected by school closure. The data revealed closures disproportionately affected lower socio-economic students, low-achieving students, and students of color.
States, J. (2015). What is the impact of school closure on student achievement? Retrieved from what-is-impact-of813.
What is the postsecondary education level of school principals?
This analysis examines the Principal Follow-up Survey a component of the National Schools and Staffing Survey to determine principal education levels for public, private, and charter schools.
Keyworth, R. (2014). What is the postsecondary education level of school principals? Retrieved from what-is-postsecondary-education.

 

Presentations

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Evidence-based Education Policy: An Oxymoron

This paper examines the history, impact, and future of school reform in the context of empirical data, scientific research, and policy initiatives.

Keyworth, R. (2010). Evidence-based Education Policy: An Oxymoron [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2010-ucberkeley-guest-presentation-randy-keyworth.

Forty Years of Public School Reform: What the Data Tell Us
This paper examines the history, impact, and future of school reform in the context of empirical data, scientific research, and policy initiatives.
Keyworth, R. (2010). Forty Years of Public School Reform: What the Data Tell Us [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2010-capses-presentation-randy-keyworth.
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