Education and training programs and poverty: or, opening the black box
Nathan Glazer, Christopher Jencks, University of Wisconsin--Madison. Institute for Research on Poverty, United States. Dept. of Health and Human Services
University of Wisconsin--Madison - Economic development - 66 pages
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absolute magnitude academic analysis argue Assessment average basic skills better BLACK BOX black youth cent of black cognitive compensatory education compensatory programs conclusion Condition of Education control group costs Darlington declining expectations desegregation despite difference disadvantaged districts earnings econometric economic EDUCATION AND TRAINING Education Statistics educational achievement effects efforts elementary school evaluations evidence expenditures experimental families February 22 Federal five studies Glazer graduate high school impact improvement income increase Inequality interventions Irving Lazar Ivy League January 18 Jencks Job Corps Lazar Levin long-term low-income lower grades major mathematics MDRC measure meta-analysis Nathan Glazer numbers of children participants poor children preschool education preschool programs problem PROGRAMS AND POVERTY reading receive Title redistribution reduced revolution of declining sample Sawhill secondary school showed standard deviation gain standard scores substantial suggests Taggart teach test scores Title I services TRAINING PROGRAMS U.S. Department Urban Institute welfare work-training young