The second chapter looks at the achievement effects of the expenditure changes examined in chapter 1. Using restricted student-level test scores for New Jersey's 11th grade assessment, I find that the policy improved math and reading scores of minority students by 0.2-0.25 standard deviations. Trends in scores at earlier grades also show shrinking achievement gaps.so I cannot predict the expected results for the high school tests for which I have data. The following section describes the ... 7The 11th grade assessment that 1 use is the High School Proficiency Test (HSPT). This was replaced in 2002 by the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Three Essays on Resources in Education|
|Author||:||Alexandra M. Resch|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|