VIRGIL C. BLUM, S.J. CENTER FOR PARENTAL FREEDOM IN EDUCATION

INFORMATION LIBRARY
SURVEYS / REPORTS / STUDIES, 1976-1999

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A-4.11 3-7 1 1 120 Years of American Education: A Statistical Portrait. U.S. Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics (January 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 1 2 1997 National Survey of Americans' Attitudes Toward Education and School Reform. International Communications Research, Media, Pennsylvania and commissioned by The Center for Education Reform (1997).
A-4.11 3-7 1 3 1996-1997 Public School Expenditures. Market Data Retrieval Midwest Region.
A-4.11 3-7 1 4 The Academic Profession: An International Perspective
This Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching report contains results from faculty surveyed in 14 nations. (Press release regarding report only) [MISSING]
A-4.11 3-7 1 5 Ahead of the Learning Curve: Empowering Teachers, Students and Parents. How Puerto Rico is reforming public education. (January 1994).                            
A-4.11 3-7 1 6 The Ambiguous Embrace: Government and Faith-based Schools and Social Agencies. Charles L. Glenn, Boston University (April 1998).

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A-4.11 3-7 1 7 America 2000, An Education Strategy Sourcebook (1991)
A-4.11 3-7 1 8 Analysis of the Carnegie Foundation Report on Educational Choice (1993)
A-4.11 3-7 1 9 An Analysis of Public Private School Choice in Texas. J. Chrys Dougherty and Stephen L. Becker (1995).
A-4.11 3-7 1 10 An Assessment of American Education: The Views of Employers, Higher Educators, The Public, Recent Students, And Their Parents. Harris Education Research Center, sponsored by Committee for Economic Development (September 1991).
A-4.11 3-7 1 11 Annual Education Summary 1989-90. New York State.

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A-4.11 3-7 1 12 Assignment Incomplete: The Unfinished Business of Education Reform. Jean Johnson, Public Agenda and Institute for Educational Leadership (1995).
A-4.11 3-7 1 13 Better Public Schools. Study Commission on the Quality of Education in the Metropolitan Milwaukee Public Schools (October 1985).
A-4.11 3-7 1 14 Better Schools, Better Kids: The Significance of Parental Choice In Education.  Perry L. Glanzer. Focus on the Family (1998).
A-4.11 3-7 1 15 Beyond Choice to New Public Schools: Withdrawing the Exclusive Franchise in Public Education
Policy Report No. 8. Ted Kolderie. The Progressive Policy Institute (November 1990).
A-4.11 3-7 1 16 Blue Ribbon Panel on Catholic Schools. New York State (June 16, 1993).

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A-4.11 3-7 2 1 A Call to Civil Society: Why Democracy Needs Moral Truths. Council on Civil Society (1998).
A-4.11 3-7 2 2 A Capital Loophole: The National Education Association's Property Tax Exemption. Paul F. Steidler. Alexis de Tocqueville Institute (June 18, 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 2 3 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.  Not the actual study, contains only the following article: Sally Streff Buzbee. "Carnegie study shows thousands of schools on the right track," Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (April 10, 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 2 4 CELM Poll. Minnesota (February 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 2 5 The Center for Education Reform. Washington DC (June 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 2 6 CER/ICR Survey. Center for Education Reform and International Communications Research (September 11, 1996).
A-4.11 3-7 2 7 Charter Schools in Action. Chester E. Finn, Jr., Bruno V. Manno, Louann A. Bierlein, and Gregg Vanourek, Hudson Institute (July 1997).

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A-4.11 3-7 2 8 Charter Schools Laws Across the United States. Sandra Vergari and Michael Mintrom. Institute for Public Policy and Social Research (1995).
A-4.11 3-7 2 9 "Cheat Sheets: Colleges Inflate SATs and Graduation Rates in Popular Guidebooks." Steve Stecklow. Wall Street Journal (March 5, 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 2 10 Children First. A Discussion Paper on Public School Finance and Education Reform in Ohio. The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions (November 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 2 11 Choice & Innovation in K-12. Alaska Governor's Commission on School Choice (March 1992).
A-4.11 3-7 2 12 Choice School Accountability: A Consensus of Views in Ohio and Wisconsin. Emily Van Dunk, et al., Public Policy Forum (February 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 2 13 Choosing a School for Your Child. Susan Perkins Weston. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement (May 1989).
A-4.11 3-7 2 14 Commentaries. "Can You Trust Those Polls?" Fred Barnes, Reader's Digest, (July 1995).

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A-4.11 3-7 2 15 Community Ascertainment Projection Survey: Black Milwaukeeans' Views on Education
Nina H. Shokraii, Christine L. Olson, and Sarah Youssef. The Heritage Foundation (September 17, 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 2 16 A Critical Look at the National Education Association: A Research Report. Perry Glanzer and Travis R. Pardo (1998).
A-4.11 3-7 2 17 A Critique of the Witte Evaluation of Milwaukee's School Choice Program. Paul E. Peterson, Harvard University, February 1995.
A-4.11 3-7 2 18 Denying the Second Miracle. John S. North (June 11, 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 2 19 Deepening Segregation in American Public Schools. Gary Orfield, Harvard University, Mark D. Bachmeier, David R James, and Tamela Eitle, Indiana University (April 5, 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 2 20 Different Drummers: How Teachers of Teachers View Public Education. Steve Farkas and Jean Johnson with Ann Duffett. Public Agenda (1997).

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A-4.11 3-7 2 21 Do Private Schools Serve Difficult-to-Educate Students? Janet R. Beales and Thomas F. Bertonneau. Mackinac Center for Public Policy (October 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 2 22 Dollars and Sense: Catholic High Schools and Their Finances 1994. Michael J. Guerra, Secondary Schools Department, National Catholic Education Association (1995).
A-4.11 3-7 2 23 "Don't Do That in Public." Informal FAX poll conducted by Financial World (September 1, 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 2 24 Do Private Schools Provide Competition for Public Schools? Working Paper No. 4978 and Does Competition Among Public Schools Benefit Students and Taxpayers? Working Paper No. 4979. Caroline Minter Hoxby, NBER Reporter (Winter 1994/5).
A-4.11 3-7 2 25 East Hartford Public Schools Parents' Choice Project; Report on Abstract Planning for the Parents' Choice Project. Educational Resources and Development Center, University of Connecticut (January 1976).
A-4.11 3-7 2 26 An Econometric Study of Alternative Designs of an Educational Voucher System in Minnesota. Professor Stephen A. Hoenack (November 16, 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 2 27 The Economic and Educational Aspects of the Parental Choice Program in Milwaukee, W1 Monica Kramer (May 30, 1995)
A-4.11 3-7 2 28 The Economics of Education Tax Credits. E. G. West, The Heritage Foundation (1981).

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A-4.11 3-7 3 1 Education Reform 1995-1996. Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Diane Ravitch (August 1996).
A-4.11 3-7 3 2 Education and Training for America's Future. Anthony P. Carnevale, The Manufacturing Institute (1998).
A-4.11 3-7 3 3 Education: The Unknown History. Children's Scholarship Fund (1999).
A-4.11 3-7 3 4 Education Vouchers. Center for the Study of Public Policy (March 1970).
A-4.11 3-7 3 5 Education Vouchers – Bibliography. Philip C. Richter, Center for the Study of Public Policy (February 1976).
A-4.11 3-7 3 6 Educating Our Children: Parents & Schools Together. Lauro F. Cavazos, U.S. Secretary of Education (January 1989).
A-4.11 3-7 3 7 Education in the United States. Chapter 4 in OECD Economic Surveys, 1993-1994 (Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, Paris, 1994).
A-4.11 3-7 3 8 "Education and the Wealth of Nations." The Economist (March 29, 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 3 9 Educational Choice: A Privately Funded Model. Robert B. Aguirre, Children's Educational Opportunity Foundation, San Antonio, Texas (October 1992).
A-4.11 3-7 3 10 Educational Choice In Vermont. John McClaughry, Institute for Liberty and Community (1987).
A-4.11 3-7 3 11 Effectiveness of School Choice In Milwaukee. Jay P. Greene, Paul E. Peterson, and Jiangtao Du (August 14, 1996).

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A-4.11 3-7 3 12 "The Effects of Catholic Secondary Schooling on Educational Achievement." Derek Neal, Journal of Law and Economics 51, no. l, pt. 1(1997).
A-4.11 3-7 3 13 Efficiency & Inefficiency in the Texas Public Schools. Michael Davis and Kathy Hayes. Texas Public Policy Foundation (March 1990)
A-4.11 3-7 3 14 Elementary and Secondary School Aids. Charlie Toulmin and Merry Bukolt, Informational Paper #27, Legislative Fiscal Bureau, State of Wisconsin (January, 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 3 15 Elway Poll. February 1996.
A-4.11 3-7 3 16 Empowering Parents: Practical Legislative Proposals for Helping Parents Direct Their Children's Education. Perry L. Glanzer, Focus on the Family (June 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 3 17 EPIC/MRA 1996 Michigan Survey
A-4.11 3-7 3 18 EPIC/MRA February 1997 Survey
A-4.11 3-7 3 19 Equity Issues in School Choice. Kenneth Godwin, Frank Kemerer, and Valerie Martinez, University of North Texas. (ca. 1996)

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A-4.11 3-7 3 20 Essential Components of a Successful Education System. Business Roundtable Education Public Policy Agenda (1991).
A-4.11 3-7 3 21 The Essential Profession: A National Survey of Public Attitudes Towards Teaching, Educational Opportunity, and School Reform. Recruiting New Teachers, Inc. 1998
A-4.11 3-7 3 22 An Evaluation of the Cleveland Scholarship Program. Jay P. Green, University of Texas at Austin, William G. Howell, Stanford University, and Paul E. Peterson, Harvard University (September 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 3 23 An Evaluation of the Cleveland Scholarship Program After Two Years. Jay P. Green, University of Texas at Austin, William G. Howell, Stanford University, and Paul E. Peterson, Harvard University (June 1999).
A-4.11 3-7 3 24 The Facts About School Choice. REACH Pennsylvania. Undated.

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A-4.11 3-7 4 1 Facts, Figures and Faces: A Look At Minnesota's School Choice Programs. Mike Malone, Joe Nathan and Darryl Sedio, Center for School Change, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota (November 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 4 2 "Fewer Pupils In Classes, Higher School Costs." David Francis. Christian Science Monitor (July 5, 1996).
A-4.11 3-7 4 3 Filling in the Blanks: Putting Standardized Tests to the Test. Gregory J. Cizek, Fordham Foundation, October 1998.
A-4.11 3-7 4 4 First Semester HORIZON Report. Children's Educational Opportunity Foundation (January 1999).
A-4.11 3-7 4 5 First Year Report: Educational Choice Charitable Trust. Hudson Institute with assistance from Butler University (1991-1992).
A-4.11 3-7 4 6 "The Fiscal Impact of School Choice on the Milwaukee Public Schools." Howard L. Fuller & George A. Mitchell, Institute for the Transformation of Learning. Current Education Issues: No. 99-2, March 1999.
A-4.11 3-7 4 7 Five Myths About School Choice: Responding to the Critics. David Van Heemst (June 21, 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 4 8 "Fixing MPS." Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Series (November 19-26, 1995).

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A-4.11 3-7 4 9 Fourth-Year Report -Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (Executive Summary only). John F. Witte, Christopher A. Thom, Kim M. Pritchard and Michele Claibourn; Department of Political Science and The Robert LaFollette Institute of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison (December 1994).
A-4.11 3-7 4 10 Getting Started: How Choice Can Renew Your Public Schools. U.S Department of Education  (August 1992).
A-4.11 3-7 4 11 Getting There... A Better Tomorrow Beginning Today. Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (1993).
A-4.11 3-7 4 12 A "GI Bill for Children"  Lamar Alexander (September 12, 1992).
A-4.11 3-7 4 13 Giving Choice a Chance: Cleveland and the Future of School Reform. The Buckeye Institute. September 1998.
A-4.11 3-7 4 14 "Good Time to Try School Vouchers" Atlanta Journal Constitution (August 25, 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 4 15 Groundswell: How Charter Schools Are Transforming The Education Landscape. Anne Singer. American Legislative Exchange Council (December 1998).

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A-4.11 3-7 4 16 Harvard School Choice Studies (July 13, 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 4 17 How Members of Congress Practice School Choice. Nina H. Shokraii, The Heritage Foundation (September 9, 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 4 18 How Teachers' Unions Affect Education Production. Caroline Minter Hoxby, appeared in The Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 1996.
A-4.11 3-7 4 19 How to Save the Catholic Inner City School. Proceedings of a Symposium sponsored by Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities, Inc. (May 1990).
A-4.11 3-7 4 20 "The Impact of Differential Expenditures on School Performance." Eric A. Hanushek. Educational Researcher, Vol 18, No. 4 (May 1989).

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A-4.11 3-7 5 1 Improving Schools and Empowering Parents: Choice in American Education. Nancy Paulu. White House Workshop on Choice in Education (October 1989).
A-4.11 3-7 5 2 "Including School Finance in Systemic Reform Strategies: Commentary." Allan Odden. Consortium for Policy Research in Education Finance Briefs (April/May, 1994).
A-4.11 3-7 5 3 Inner City Private Education: A Study. Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights (1982).
A-4.11 3-7 5 4 Inner-city Private Elementary Schools: A Study. James G. Cibulka, Timothy J. O'Brien and Donald Zewe, S.J., Marquette University Press (1982).
A-4.11 3-7 5 5 "Integrating and Preserving Values in a School Culture: A Qualitative Study of a Jewish Day School." Edward L. Harris. Journal of Research on Christian Education, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Autumn 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 5 6 Investing in Our Nation - A Link to Economic Prosperity. The African American Male INROADS/Wisconsin (September 1987 through April 1990).
A-4.11 3-7 5 7 Joint Center for Economic and Political Studies 1997 National Opinion Poll: Children's Issue. David A. Bositis (June 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 5 8 Joint Center for Economic and Political Studies April 1996 Poll. Note: the Blum Center did not keep a copy of this poll - only articles which refer to the poll.

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A-4.11 3-7 5 9 Kansans' Attitudes Toward Education. Jones Institute for Educational Excellence (February 1994).
A-4.11 3-7 5 10 La Follette Issues: Choice in American Education. John F. Witte (1990).
A-4.11 3-7 5 11 Left at the Altar. Mike Antonucci, Fordham Foundation, October 1998.
A-4.11 3-7 5 12 Local Property Tax-Based Funding of Public Schools. Caroline M. Hoxby, The Heartland Institute (May 19, 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 5 13 A Lot to be Thankful For: What Parents Want Children to Learn About America. Public Agenda. 1998.
A-4.11 3-7 5 14 Mainstreaming the Urban Poor: Enabling Non Public Schools to Survive in Inner-City Neighborhoods. Institute of Urban Life, Loyola University, Chicago (1992).
A-4.11 3-7 5 15 Making the Grade: What Goals 2000 Means to Our Schools. Linda S. Page. Focus on the Family Education Policy Department (1995).

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A-4.11 3-7 5 16 Massachusetts Charter School Profiles 1995-96 School Year. Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, July 1996.
A-4.11 3-7 5 17 Measure for Measure: A Magnified Look At Standardized Test Scores. Mike Antonucci. Education Intelligence Agency (April 1999).
A-4.11 3-7 5 18 Meeting the Challenge: How the Private Sector Serves Difficult To Educate Student. Janet Beales. Reason Foundation, August 1996.
A-4.11 3-7 5 19 Michigan's Experiment with Public School Choice: A First Year Assessment. Adam DeVore and Robert Wittmann. Mackinac Center Policy Study (January 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 5 20 The Milwaukee Parental Choice Program. The Mitchell Company (July 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 5 21 Milwaukee Public Schools Attitude Survey. Milwaukee Public Schools (August 1990).
A-4.11 3-7 5 22 Milwaukee Public Schools' Teacher Union Contract: Its History, Content, and Impact on Education. Howard L. Fuller, George A. Mitchell, & Michael E. Hartmann. Institute for the Transformation of Learning, (October 1997).

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A-4.11 3-7 6 1 Milwaukee School Choice Program - 4th Year Contains only the following article: School choice results still a mixed bag, report shows," Milwaukee Journal (January 6, 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 6 2 The Milwaukee School Choice Program: Lessons for Texas. John Pisciotta, Ph. D. Texas Public Policy Foundation (March 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 6 3 Minnesota Public Opinion Survey (1994).
A-4.11 3-7 6 4 Money and School Performance: Lessons from the Kansas City Desegregation Experiment. Paul Ciotti. Cato Insitute (March 16, 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 6 5 The Moral Development of Children: Contributions of Schools and Teachers. Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation (1990).
A-4.11 3-7 6 6 "More Choice for Parents Has Not Reduced MPS Aid." Public Policy Forum. In Face  (April 30, 1999).
A-4.11 3-7 6 7 NAEP Reading: A First Look (1994). National Assessment of Educational Progress.
A-4.11 3-7 6 8 NAEP 1992 Writing Report Card. National Assessment of Educational Progress.

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A-4.11 3-7 6 9 A Nation at Still At Risk. An Education Manifesto. Center for Education Reform (April 30, 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 6 10 The National Education Goals Report: Building a Nation of Learners (1994 and 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 6 11 "National Organizations That Support Market -Based Reform."  George Clowes of School Reform News (1999)
A-4.11 3-7 6 12 National Service: Utopias Revisited. Doug Bandow. Cato Institute (March 15, 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 6 13 A National Survey Of Americans' Attitudes Toward Education and School Reform See "CER/ICR Survey 1996" above.
A-4.11 3-7 6 14 NEA Confidential: A Practical Guide to the Operations of the Nation's Largest Teachers' Union". A Report of the Education Intelligence Agency (1998).
A-4.11 3-7 6 15 New Directions: Federal Education Policy In The Twenty-First Century. Thomas B. Fordham Foundation in cooperation with the Manhattan Institute; edited by Marci Kanstoroom & Chester E. Finn, Jr. (March 1999).
A-4.11 3-7 6 16 "Not Mutually Exclusive: Supporting Vouchers and the Public Schools," Jim Wooten of the Atlanta Journal Constitution (August 28, 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 6 17 The Ohio Scholarship Plan. Governor's Commission on Educational Choice (December 1993).

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A-4.11 3-7 7 1 One Yard Below: Education Statistics from a Different Angle. Education Intelligence Agency (March 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 7 2 "Only Freedom of Education Can Solve America's Bureaucratic Crisis of Education." Jack Douglas. Cato Institute (July 17, 1991).
A-4.11 3-7 7 3 The Opinion of Blacks in Milwaukee on Education & School Choice. Parents for School Choice (March 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 7 4 Our Educational Melting Pot: Have we reached the boiling point? Katherine Lynn Lauderdale & Carlos A. Bonilla, Editors. An ICA, Inc., Publication in Multicultural Education, 1998.
A-4.11 3-7 7 5 Parental Involvement and School Choice: A Look at Private School Choice in Cleveland and Milwaukee. Public Policy Forum. November, 1998.
A-4.11 3-7 7 6 Parents for Educational Choice. Charlton Research Company (April 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 7 7 PAVE (Partners Advancing Values in Education) Scholarship Program Annual Reports (1993-1994).
A-4.11 3-7 7 8 The People's Poll on Schools and School Choice: A New Gallup Survey. National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) September 17, 1992.
A-4.11 3-7 7 9 Per Pupil Cost in the Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Rev. Leslie A. Darnieder, Ed.D. (February 5, 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 7 10 Phi Delta/Gallup Polls of the Public's Attitudes Toward the Public Schools. 24th, 28th, 29th, 30th Annual Surveys (1992, 1996-1999)

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A-4.11 3-7 7 11 24th Annual Plain Dealer Poll: Parity in Ohio Schools Favored. (1994)
A-4.11 3-7 7 12 "The Polls - Trends: Governance and Reform of Public Education in the United States." Jennifer Hochschild, Bridget Scott. Public Opinion Quarterly, (Spring 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 7 13 The Preservation of Excellence in American Higher Education: The Essential Role of Private Colleges and Universities. ECS (Education Commission of the States) Task Force on State Policy and Independent Higher Education (1990).
A-4.11 3-7 7 14 Private School Vouchers and Student Achievement.- An Evaluation of the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program. Cecilia Elena Rouse of Princeton University (1996).
A-4.11 3-7 7 15 Project Listen: What Ordinary Minnesotans Think About Education Reform. The Choice in Education Foundation (March 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 7 16 Property Tax Cut and School Vouchers. Robert J. Lytle (1978).
A-4.11 3-7 7 17 Public Choices, Private Costs: An Analysis of spending and Achievement in Ohio Public Schools. The Buckeye Institute. September 1998.
A-4.11 3-7 7 18 "Public Funding and Private Schooling Across Countries."  Eugenia Froedge Toma. The Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 29, No. 1 (April 1996).
A-4.11 3-7 7 19 The Public Perspective: Roper Center reviews of public opinion and polling. (1993)
A-4.11 3-7 7 20 Public/Private Enrollment. 1994 Statistical Abstract of the United States.

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A-4.11 3-7 7 21 "Public School Parents Support Vouchers." Phi Delta Kappa/Gallup Poll 1998. Washington Times (August 27, 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 7 22 A Public School Voucher Demonstration: The First Year at Alum Rock, Summary and Conclusions. National Institute of Education (June 1974).
A-4.11 3-7 7 23 "Public Schools Teach Religion Without God and Should Not Have a Monopoly. Secularism in American Public Education and the Unconstitutionality of Its Exclusive Government Support." Daniel D. McGarry, reprinted from Social Justice Review.
A-4.11 3-7 7 24 A Report Card On School Choice. Paul Peterson. American Legislative Exchange Council (Summer 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 7 25 A Report of the Governor's Task Force on Educational Reform to the People of Arizona (December 1991).
A-4.11 3-7 7 26 Remediation in Higher Education David W. Breneman & William N. Haarlow. Fordham Foundation, (July 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 7 27 Research & Strategic Services: Lessons From California. Luntz Weber, Educational Freedom, Vol. 27, No. 2 (Spring-Summer, 1994).
A-4.11 3-7 7 28 "A Research Update On School Choice."  Howard Fuller, Ph.D. Institute for the Transformation of Learning. Current Education Issues: No. 97 (December 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 7 29 "Restructuring School Governance. The Chicago Experience," Issues in Restructuring Schools Report No. 3. Center on Organization and Restructuring of Schools, University of Wisconsin-Madison. (Fall 1992).

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A-4.11 3-7 8 1 Rotten Apples: School Crime from a Different Angle. Education Intelligence Agency. January 1999
A-4.11 3-7 8 2 San Antonio School Choice Research Project. Final Report University of North Texas, Center for the Study of Education Reform (June 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 8 3 SAT Increase - The Real Story. Center for Education Reform (August 24, 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 8 4 SAT Report for Jesuit Schools. The JSEA (Jesuit Secondary Education Association) Bulletin 23, No. 1 (September-October 1992).
A-4.11 3-7 8 5 "School Choice: A Case of Study Analyses."  John D. Rudella, Marquette University, June 1995.
A-4.11 3-7 8 6 School Choice: A Market Approach to Education Reform and The Politics of School Choice. Lance Y. Kinzer (1994).
A-4.11 3-7 8 7 "School Choice in Cleveland and Milwaukee: What Parents Look For," Public Policy Forum Report (November 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 8 8 School Choice: Public and Private Schools. Quentin L. Quade in "School Choice: Public School Choice vs. Public & Private Choice," Youth Policy, Vol. 14 & 15, Nos. 9 & 1 (Winter 1992-1993) pp. 11-15.

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A-4.11 3-7 8 9 School. A Matter of Choice. Donald Hirsch. Centre for Educational Research and Innovation Secretariat, (1993).
A-4.11 3-7 8 10 School Choice: A Special Report. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (1992).
A-4.11 3-7 8 11 "School Choice Builds Community."  Mark Schneider, Paul Teske, Melissa Marschall, and Christine Roch in The Public Interest (Fall 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 8 12 School Choice By the Numbers. Newsday Statistical Series. (January 30-February 8, 1994).
A-4.11 3-7 8 13 School Choice in Massachusetts. Abigail Thernstrom, Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research (1991).
A-4.11 3-7 8 14 School Choice Programs: What's Happening in the States. The Heritage Foundation. (1993-1995, 1998)

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A-4.11 3-7 9 1 School Reform In The United States: State By State Summary Spring 1997 The Center for Education Reform.
A-4.11 3-7 9 2 School Reform In The United States: State By State Summary Summer 1997 The Center for Education Reform.
A-4.11 3-7 9 3 "School Resources Do Not Equal School Output." Barbara L. Wolfe, Wisconsin Interest, Vol. 4, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 9 4 Second-Year Report - Milwaukee Parental Choice Program. John F. Witte, Andrea B. Bailey, Christopher A. Thorn, Department of Political Science and The Robert LaFollette Institute of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin¬Madison (December 1992).
A-4.11 3-7 9 5 The Senate Select Committee to Study the Michigan Model for Comprehensive School Health Education: Final Report Senator Gilbert J. DiNello, Chairman (December 1992).
A-4.11 3-7 9 6 "Setting the Standards From State to State."  Education Week (April 12, 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 9 7 Spending More While Learning Less: U. S. School Productivity in International Perspective. Herbert J. Walberg, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation (July 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 9 8 Spreadsheet Analysis of Possible Impact of Ohio Scholarship Program on School District Enrollment and Finances (November 23, 1993).

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A-4.11 3-7 9 9 State Applications for This Year's Child Care Block Grant Continue to Demonstrate Preference for Vouchers/Certificates.  Dr. William J. Tobin (1993).
A-4.11 3-7 9 10 State Geography Standards: An Appraisal of Geography Standards in 38 States and the District of
Columbia.
 Susan Munroe and Terry Smith, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation (February 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 9 11 State History Standards: An Appraisal of History Standards in 37 States and the District of Columbia. David Warren Saxe, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation (February 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 9 12 State Mathematics Standards: An Appraisal of Math Standards in 46 States, the District of Columbia, and Japan. Ralph A. Raimi and Lawrence S. Braden, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation (March 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 9 13 The State of State Standards. Chester E. Finn, Jr., Michael J. Petrilli, and Gregg Vanourek, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation (July 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 9 14 State Science Standards: An Appraisal of Science Standards in 36 States. Lawrence S. Lerner, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation (March 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 9 15 Statewide Analysis of Pennsylvania State House Bill 1655, School Choice Savings & Redistribution Program
(received June 24, 1994).
A-4.11 3-7 9 16 Statistical Abstracts of the United States: selected tables on enrollment.
A-4.11 3-7 9 17 Student Achievement and the Changing American Family, RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, CA (1994).

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A-4.11 3-7 9 18 Students At Risk. New Yorkers on Education. Richard Behn and Douglas Muzzio, Ph.D. (July 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 9 19 "Students Show Solid Performance on Statewide Tests." Debra Bougie, Education Forward, Vol 12, No. 8 (March 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 9 20 Survey of Massachusetts Residents Shows Clear Majority Supports School Choice. Pioneer Institute (July 1996).
A-4.11 3-7 9 21 Teachers and Choice Survey (1995)
A-4.11 3-7 9 22 Teachers Held Hostage: The Disturbing Agenda of the National Education Association. Perry L. Glanzer and Travis R. Pardo.  Focus on the Family (1997).
A-4.11 3-7 9 23 Ten Years After A Nation At Risk. The Conference Board (1993).
A-4.11 3-7 9 24 Testing and Educational Achievement. Ohio and the Nation. Luther Boggs, Jr., Richard Vedder, and Alfred Eckes, Contemporary History Institute, Ohio University (September 28, 1992).

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A-4.11 3-7 10 1 Third-Year Report-Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (Executive Summary only) By John F. Witte, Andrea B. Bailey, Christopher A. Thorn, Department of Political Science and The Robert LaFollette Institute of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin­Madison (December 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 10 2 A TIMSS Primer: Lessons and Implications for U.S. Education. Harold W. Stevenson, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation (July 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 10 3 More About TIMSS: Third International Mathematics and Science Study. TIMSS International Study Center, CSTEEP,  (February 1998)  [MISSING]
A-4.11 3-7 10 4 The Tracking and Ability Grouping Debate. Tom Loveless. Fordham Foundation (August 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 10 5 The Universal Tuition Tax Credit. A Proposal to Advance Parental Choice in Education. Patrick L. Anderson, Richard McLellan, Joseph P. Overton, and Gary Wolfram.  Mackinac Center for Public Policy (November 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 10 6 Urban Initiative Task Force Recommendations and Action Plan. Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (September 1994).
A-4.11 3-7 10 7 USA Today Survey on the Quality of Education in Public Schools. Gordon S. Black Corporation, May 22, 1996.

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A-4.11 3-7 10 8 Violence And Discipline Problems in U.S. Public Schools 1996-1997: National Center for Education Statistics.
A-4.11 3-7 10 9 Virginia Education Report Card: A Report on the Status of Public Education in Virginia and What Works. The Family Foundation (1996).
A-4.11 3-7 10 10 Voucher Formula: How Vouchers Affect Public School Funding. Ray Merewether. (1999)
A-4.11 3-7 10 11 Voucher Wars: Strategy and Tactics as School Choice Advocates Battle the Labor Leviathan. Daniel McGroarty. Milton & Rose Friedman Foundation (April 1998).
A-4.11 3-7 10 12 Wall Street Journal/NBC News Poll 1997
A-4.11 3-7 10 13 What Would a School Voucher Buy? The Real Cost of Private Schools. David Boaz and R Morris Barrett. Cato Institute (March 26, 1996)
A-4.11 3-7 10 14 What's Behind Success in School? Rachel Wildavsky (October 1994).
A-4.11 3-7 10 15 "What is Value Added Assessment and Why Do We Need It?" J.E. Stone. Policy Brief No. 99-II. (June 1999).

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A-4.11 3-7 10 16 Who Chooses and Why? Center for the Study of Education Reform at the University of North Texas (June 1993).
A-4.11 3-7 10 17 Who's in Charge? Teachers' Views on Control Over School Policy and Classroom Practices
Office of Research, Office of Educational Research and Improvement of the U.S. Department of Education (August 1994).
A-4.11 3-7 10 18 "Why the Educators Are Wrong, and Mom and Dad Are Right. The Homeschooling Movement in Wisconsin." Robert Luebke, Wisconsin Interest (Spring/Summer 1997).
A-4.11 3-7 10 19 Why Testing Experts Hate Testing. Richard P. Phelps. Thomas B. Fordham Foundation. (January 1999)
A-4.11 3-7 10 20 Will Teacher Training Reform Led By the Schools of Education Improve Student Achievement? Not Likely. J.E. Stone. Foundation Endowment (April 1999).
A-4.11 3-7 10 21 "Wisconsin's Index of Leading Cultural Indicators." Scott R Jensen and Christopher S. Carson, Wisconsin Interest. Vol. 4, No. 1 (Spring/Summer 1995).
A-4.11 3-7 10 22 General Articles, 1993, 1995