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Hidden factors contributing to teacher strikes in Oklahoma, Kentucky, and beyond   
2018-04-06  
Over the last six weeks, statewide teacher strikes have been making headlines across the country. What started as a dispute about health insurance premiums rising faster than teacher paychecks in West Virginia—where salaries were already among the lowest in the nation—concluded nine days later afte...
VSA Texas Distinguished Artist Veterans: A State of Arts & Military Outreach   
2018-04-06  
April Sullivan VSA Texas Distinguished Artist Veterans: A State of Arts & Military Outreach Posted by April Sullivan, Apr 06, 2018 0 comments April Sullivan As the Artworks Director at VSA Texas for 16 years, I have seen and been an integral part of helping artists with disabilities explore their...
VSA Texas Distinguished Artist Veterans: A State of Arts & Military Outreach   
2018-04-06  
Blog Posts for arts and military April Sullivan VSA Texas Distinguished Artist Veterans: A State of Arts & Military Outreach Posted by April Sullivan, Apr 06, 2018 0 comments April Sullivan VSA Texas works with people with disabilities as they access the arts. This can be as a patron of the arts or...
Four reasons teachers are striking   
2018-04-05  
Senior Fellow Michael Hansen discusses teacher pay strikes in Oklahoma, Kentucky, and Arizona, and predicts which states might be next.Related content:Can money attract more minorities into the teaching profession?How to make schools safer without arming teachers Subscribe to Brookings podcasts?her...
Structural Change with Public Educational Expenditure: Evidence from the People’s Republic of China   
2018-04-05  
Since government plays a role in financing educational expenditure in most countries, there is a potential link between public education expenditure and structural change.We make an early attempt to analyze the comprehensive relationship between public educational expenditure and structural change,...
Structural Change with Public Educational Expenditure: Evidence from the People’s Republic of China   
2018-04-05  
Since government plays a role in financing educational expenditure in most countries, there is a potential link between public education expenditure and structural change.We make an early attempt to analyze the comprehensive relationship between public educational expenditure and structural change,...
Do Borrowing Constraints Matter for Intergenerational Educational Mobility? Evidence from Japan   
2018-04-04  
Student loans or scholarships for students facing financial difficulties are likely to have a positive effect on the educational achievement transmitted from one generation to the next.We examine the intergenerational transmission of educational attainment using data on Japan. By exploiting unique ...
Achievement? Attainment? Something Else? What Really Matters in Education   
2018-04-04  
For more than two decades, the nation’s primary metric of educational success has been standardized test scores, a measure of academic achievement. But emerging research suggests that effects on achievement are only very weakly and inconsistently related to effects on attainment, such as college att...
Do Borrowing Constraints Matter for Intergenerational Educational Mobility? Evidence from Japan   
2018-04-04  
Student loans or scholarships for students facing financial difficulties are likely to have a positive effect on the educational achievement transmitted from one generation to the next.We examine the intergenerational transmission of educational attainment using data on Japan. By exploiting unique ...
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