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Year-by-year and cumulative impacts of attending a high-mobility elementary school on children's mathematics achievement in Chicago, 1995 to 2005

@inproceedings{Raudenbush2011YearbyyearAC,
  title={Year-by-year and cumulative impacts of attending a high-mobility elementary school on children's mathematics achievement in Chicago, 1995 to 2005},
  author={Stephen Raudenbush and Marshall Jean and Materials Issues in Art},
  year={2011}
}
The Research Reported Here Was Supported by a Grant from the MacArthur Foundation entitled “Identifying Mobility Pathways and Effects of Mobility on Peer Social Networks and Academic Achievement in Chicago Elementary Schools” and by a contract from the Brookings Foundation as part of its Project on Social Inequality and Educational Disadvantage. This paper is to be presented at a Conference of the Brookings Foundation in Washington DC on September 24-25, 2009. We wish to thank Marissa de la… Expand

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