by Education Resources Division, Capitol Publications in Washington .
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A description of the Michigan Cost-Effectiveness Study and its findings is provided in this study. The present study is restricted to compensatory. We are very pleased to present "Report of the Michigan Cost-Effectiveness Study." This report represents an effort to develop ways and means to identify what actions or conditiOns lead to quality education for children and youth. The Michigan Cost-Effectiveness Study also provided important information describing key aspects of. This report presents a summary description of the Michigan Cost-Effectiveness Study and its findings. The study was an effort to develop and implement evaluation techniques for determining what educational practices affect student behavior and what costs are associated with those practices. Overall purpose of the study was to continue development of the analytical techniques Author: Michael G. Hunter, Stanley A. Rumbaugh. This report presents a summary description of the Michigan Cost-Effectiveness Study and its findings. The study was an effort to develop and implement.
of the Michigan Cost-Effectiveness Study and its findings. This. report is comprised of seven sections. In addition to this Introduction, there are: Section II-Purpose of Study Section III - Study Design for Section IV Description of Sample Section V-Cost Analyses Section VI-Effectiveness Analyses. Michigan Department of Education. Report of the Michigan Cost Effectiveness Study. Washington, D.C.: Capital Publications, Rist, R. C. "Student Social Class and Teacher Expecta tions: The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy in Ghetto Education." Harvard Educational Review ; Report of the Michigan cost-effectiveness study / (Washington: Education Resources Division, Capitol Publications, [?]), by Evaluation Michigan. Dept. of Education. Research (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). The work reported herein was sponsored by the Institute for Research on Teaching, College of Education, Michigan State University. The Institute for Research on Teaching is funded primarily by the Teaching Division of the National Institute of Education, United States Department of Cited by: 8.
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