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Usage of Policies and Practices Promoted by Race to the Top

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  • Lisa Dragoset
  • Susanne James-Burdumy
  • Kristin Hallgren
  • Irma Perez-Johnson
  • Mariesa Herrmann
  • Christina Tuttle
  • Megan Hague Angus
  • Rebecca Herman
  • Matthew Murray
  • Corutney Tanenbaum
  • Cheryl Graczewski

Abstract

This report summarizes findings from Mathematica’s multi-year evaluation of Race to the Top (RTT) for the Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences. It describes the policies and practices states reported using in spring 2012.

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  • Lisa Dragoset & Susanne James-Burdumy & Kristin Hallgren & Irma Perez-Johnson & Mariesa Herrmann & Christina Tuttle & Megan Hague Angus & Rebecca Herman & Matthew Murray & Corutney Tanenbaum & Cheryl , 2015. "Usage of Policies and Practices Promoted by Race to the Top," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 4b296d4310f843acad1f80b5a, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    1. Lisa Dragoset & Jaime Thomas & Mariesa Herrmann & John Deke & Susanne James-Burdumy & Cheryl Graczewski & Andrea Boyle & Courtney Tanenbaum & Jessica Giffin & Rachel Upton, "undated". "Race to the Top: Implementation and Relationship to Student Outcomes," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 4169441544e144b08777d967e, Mathematica Policy Research.

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