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Recently Released Publications
In this new analysis, Marguerite Roza and Caitlin Brooks examine the actual extent of savings (if any) tied to taking college classes in high school by investigating the costs of providing college credit in high school for models in three states: Florida, Georgia, and Ohio.
This paper by Marguerite Roza shows how high-minority schools receive fewer dollars in pension wealth than low-minority schools within the same district, and makes the case for including this metric in policy discussions about equitable distribution of resources across schools.
Recent Articles & Activities
In this post and podcast Marguerite Roza shares how a sleeper provision in the Every Student Succeeds Act will serve up a motherlode of never-before-available school-level financial data.
In this article published by Education Next author Marguerite Roza discusses how school systems can improve productivity when so much of what matters — human interactions — can’t be centrally managed and scaled across schools.
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