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The Politics Of Scholastic Aptitude Testing, Editor
International Bulletin of Political Psychology
This article describes political features of scholastic aptitude testing--some of which are infrequently addressed in educational- problem identification and in policy development, implementation, and evaluation.
Implications And Prospects Of Reforming The Market For Secondary Education In The U.S., Steve Kapsos
University Avenue Undergraduate Journal of Economics
The purpose of this paper is to address the complex issue of public school reform. I will focus primarily on the rather generic concept of school choice, which will inevitably be defined and redefined, throughout my analysis. In doing this, I will first examine the structure and composition of the market for education in America. I will then briefly look at some theoretical approaches to educational reform. Lastly, I will examine specific reform proposals that draw on some of the many varying concepts of choice as well as currently enacted projects that have a form of choice as their focus ...