Case Studies of Schools Receiving School Improvement Grants: Final Report
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KeywordsBuilding Human Capital in SIG Schools; Change and Sustainability; Study of School Turnaround Codebook; 2010â€“13; Technical Approach to Qualitative Analyses; Details of Teacher Survey Analyses; Leading Indicators of School-Level Capacity;
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