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National Job Corps Study: Methodological Appendixes on the Short-Term Impact Analysis

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  • Peter Z. Schochet

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  • Peter Z. Schochet, 2000. "National Job Corps Study: Methodological Appendixes on the Short-Term Impact Analysis," Mathematica Policy Research Reports d11553762b114f409dd00b1ad, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    1. Steven Glazerman & Peter Z. Schochet & John Burghardt, 2000. "National Job Corps Study: The Impacts of Job Corps on Participants' Literacy Skills," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 6e07bad4f48a4c62978b422ae, Mathematica Policy Research.
    2. Peter Z. Schochet, 2001. "National Job Corps Study: Methodological Appendixes on the Impact Analysis," Mathematica Policy Research Reports c3abb7b819cd4bc5a09a865d6, Mathematica Policy Research.
    3. Peter Z. Schochet & John Burghardt & Steven Glazerman, 2001. "National Job Corps Study: The Impacts of Job Corps on Participants' Employment and Related Outcomes," Mathematica Policy Research Reports db6c4204b8e1408bb0c6289ec, Mathematica Policy Research.

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