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Feature on Cost-Effectiveness in Education

A new article from CBCSE Director, Professor Henry M. Levin, is featured in Evidence at the Crossroads, a series by the William T. Grant Foundation.

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Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Early Reading Programs

A new CBCSE report has been published by the Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, Analysis of Early Reading Programs: A Demonstration With Recommendations for Future Research.

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CBCSE at SREE

Brooks Bowden, CBCSE Associate Director & Senior Research Scientist, and Clive Belfield, CBCSE Principal Economist, presented a short course at SREE on Cost Analysis for Evaluation in Education.

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Higher education levels are associated with higher earnings, increased labor market participation, better health status and improvements in family decision-making (Belfield, 2008).
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