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High school reform is currently at the top of the education policy making agenda after years of stagnant achievement and persistent racial and income test score gaps.The authors describe whether small schools, as compared with larger schools, serve an easier-to-educate student body, receive more resources, use those resources differently, and have better outcomes. Further, the authors examine whether there have been changes in segregation and resource equity across the decade contemporaneous with small-school reform efforts.
Updated: Dec. 17, 2008