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Policy as hypothesis: how could a reauthorized Title I refine our national theory for improving educational outcomes for low-income children?
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Does letting states set proficiency standards for student achievement best serve the nation's economic interest?
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Both student and school-level factors can predict academic resilience. Which factors matter most?
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A reauthorized ESEA may put more responsibility on states for school turnaround–what strategies are states using?

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