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Benefits and Costs of K–12 Educational Policies: Evidence-Based Effects of Class Size Reductions and Full-Day Kindergarten

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Steve Aos, Marna Miller, Jim Mayfield - March 2007

The Washington Legislature directed the Washington State Institute for Public Policy to begin conducting economic analyses of certain K–12 policies. Augmenting the work of the recent Washington Learns process, this report describes our initial cost-benefit findings for class size reductions and full-day vs. half-day kindergarten. Upcoming reports will examine other K–12 topics.

Report ID: 07-03-2201
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