Standards, Information, and the Demand for Student Achievement
8 Pages Posted: 23 Oct 2007
Higher student achievement, say the authors, has been severely hampered by a lack of good information comparing achievement levels with today's labor market requirements. They argue that by obtaining this information in the form of academic standards and assessments parents can more accurately evaluate the quality of their children's education.
Keywords: education, schools
JEL Classification: I2
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