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Evaluating the Impact of Charter Schools on Student Achievement:
A Longitudinal Look at the Great Lake States

Evaluating the Impact of Charter Schools on Student Achievement: A Longitudinal Look at the Great Lakes States, Gary Miron, Chris Coryn, and Dawn M. Mackety The Evaluation Center, Western Michigan University


Teacher Attrition in Charter Schools

Gary Miron, Ph.D., and Brooks Applegate, Ph.D., Western Michigan University


High Stakes Testing and Student Achievement: Problems for the No Child Left Behind Act

(by Sharon Nichols Assistant Professor University of Texas at San Antonio, Gene V. Glass Professor Arizona State University, and David C. Berliner Regents' Professor Arizona State University)


The Impact of the Adequate Yearly Progress Requirement of the Federal "No Child Left Behind" Act on Schools in the Great Lakes Region Executive Summary

(by Edward W. Wiley Assistant Professor University of Colorado - Boulder William J. Mathis Superintendent Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union University of Vermont David R. Garcia Assistant Professor Arizona State University)


The Inevitable Corruption of Indicators and Educators Through High-Stakes Testing

(by Sharon Nichols Assistant Professor University of Texas at San Antonio and David C. Berliner Regents' Professor Arizona State University)


An Analysis of Some Unintended and Negative Consequences of High- Stakes Testing.

(by Amrein, Audry L, & Berliner, David C.; Arizona State University)


An Analysis Of The Social Science Value And Methodological Quality Of Educational Studies

The Mackinac Center for Public Policy states it is committed to delivering "the highest quality and most reliable research on Michigan issues." This report, Let the Buyer Beware, puts that claim to the test by providing an analysis of the social science value and methodological quality of educational studies published by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy (1990-2001).

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