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Resource-based policies in education: a brief introduction to an important theme in education economics

The effects of resource-based policies in education, such as class-size reductions or increased per-pupil funding, is a greatly debated topic in the economics of education. At a very basic level, the debate may seem inane: without any funding at all, there would be no education at all.

Is testing good for education?

I blogged recently about a new RISE working paper by Annika Bergbauer, Eric Hanushek, and Ludger Woessmann, which finds that:

Management Matters

Last September (2018), CfEE published research on the relationship between education, skills, and entrepreneurial success.

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