|Accounting for the Effects of Increased High School Graduation Expectations on Pupil Performance and Resource Allocation: Results from New York State|
David H. Monk,
Economics of Education Review
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Pockets: Educational Accountability, New York State School Finance Reform Archive
Tags: college, school
Description/Abstract: This study examines the experiences of New York State school districts that increased student participation between 1992 and 1996 in a statewide testing program that historically has been designed for college-bound students.