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Parental preferences and school competition

Justine S. Hastings

Parental preferences and school competition

evidence from a public school choice program

by Justine S. Hastings

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina,
  • Mecklenburg County.
    • Subjects:
    • School choice -- North Carolina -- Mecklenburg County.,
    • Public schools -- North Carolina -- Mecklenburg County.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJustine S. Hastings, Thomas J. Kane, Douglas O. Staiger.
      SeriesNBER working paper series ;, working paper 11805, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 11805.
      ContributionsKane, Thomas J., Staiger, Douglas., National Bureau of Economic Research.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3479445M
      LC Control Number2005620797

      school performance, focusing on the roles of incen-tives and parental involvement. It consists of theory and related empirics. In the theory, I analyze the effects of competition on public school productiv-ity, with and without parental involvement, as well as the parental involvement decision itself. Then, in the empirical work, I measure the. Parental school definition is - a correctional school for truant children.

      Parental preferences and school competition Justine S. Hastings Not In Library. Abstracts of deed books , Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, Herman W. Ferguson (N.C.), 3 books Munsey Adams Moore, 1 book Glenn M. Cook, 1 book Thomas J. Kane, 1 book Justine S. Hastings, 1 book Mel Cook, 1 book Nottingham. The educational impact of parental choice and school competition. sources is very mixed in its findings about the performance effects of this type of policy. The scant UK-based research has competition that a school faces from other schools, and the rate at which pupils at that school progress. In contrast, the.

      preferences for schools (see our companion study, Burgess et al., ). Hastings and Weinstein () make an important distinction between a family’s preferences for school characteristics and the information they are able to access about the schools. Using a .   Two school districts in Oregon have barred students from participating in a popular reading competition because the reading list for grades 3 .


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Parental Preferences and School Competition: Evidence from a Public School Choice Program Justine S. Hastings, Thomas J. Kane, and Douglas O. Staiger NBER Working Paper No. NovemberRevised December JEL No. I0, I20, I28 ABSTRACT This paper uses school choice data from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District to study parents’.

Get this from a library. Parental preferences and school competition: evidence from a public school choice program. [Justine S Hastings; Thomas J Kane; Douglas Staiger; National Bureau of.

Mecklenburg School District (CMS) in North Carolina to estimate parental preferences for school quality. We then investigate the implications of those preference estimates for competition on quality under school choice.

CMS introduced public school choice in the fall ofafter a race-based bussing plan was terminated by the courts. Parental Preferences and School Competition: Evidence from a Public School Choice Program Justine S.

Hastings, Thomas J. Kane, Douglas O. Staiger. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in NovemberRevised in December NBER Program(s):Children, Economics of Education, Public Economics, Industrial Organization. Parental preferences in the choice for a specialty school.

competition, forcing them to try harder to satisfy parents. Other work had demonstrated that parental preferences for school quality. Get this from a library. Parental Preferences and School Competition: Evidence from a Public School Choice Program.

[Justine S Hastings; Thomas J Kane; Douglas O Staiger] -- This paper uses data from the implementation of a district-wide public school choice plan in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina to estimate preferences for school characteristics and examine their.

Parental Preferences and School Competition: Evidence from market concentration to infer the extent of school competition in different parts of the country, and relate those indirect measures of competition to academic outcomes.

parental preferences.4 Bayer, Ferreira and McMillan () use. Parental Preferences for Primary School Characteristics * Free school choice has often been argued to be a tide that lifts school quality through increased competition.

This paper analyzes the underlying assumption that school quality is an important choice criterion for parents. Using a large and representative data set of over. Find someone, far from the school world, that you trust absolutely to share worries and glories.

Avoid all playground or pub conversations about tests, exams and league tables. Just excuse. Avenger Parents Preferences K Reads K Votes Part Story. By agent_stark Ongoing - Updated Avenger Parental Preferences.

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Please feel free to comment, vote and request. School preferences and school choice Simon Burgess1, Ellen Greaves1, Anna Vignoles2 and Deborah Wilson1 1 CMPO, University of Bristol 2Institute of Education October Abstract Parental demand for academic performance is a key element in the view that strengthening school choice will drive up.

In particular, we highlight the importance of parental values and geographical proximity to high‐quality state school alternatives: a one standard deviation increase in levels of parental.

Thomas Joseph Kane (born September 5, ) is a U.S.-American education economist who currently holds the position of Walter H. Gale Professor of Education and Economics at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

He has performed research on education policy, labour economics and econometrics. During Bill Clinton's first term as U.S. President, Kane served on the Council of. Books shelved as parental-advisory: Naughty or Ice by Sylvia Pierce, Beauty and the Blitz by Sosie Frost, Baby Inheritance by McKenna James, Batman, Volu.

School Choice and Competition: Markets in the Public Interest. book. By Philip Woods, Carl Bagley, Ron Glatter. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 23 June Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. Back to book.

chapter 5. 18 Pages. PARENTAL PERSPECTIVES ON CHOICE. A study on Parental preferences to admit children in Government schools and Private Schools DOI: / 40 | Page Relatives children are also in the same school - - 28 56% Teachers don’t give much home work - - 19 38%.

This book offers a unique record of the realities of parental choice and competitive pressures on schools. On the basis of research involving thousands of parents and eleven secondary schools monitored over several years, it sets out: * empirical findings on parents' preferences and experience of choice, how schools respond to competitive pressures, and local dynamics of quasi.

Human Capital and Education: The State of the Art in the Economics of Education* This review describes the research frontier on human capital and education in economics research. It delineates what is known and largely agreed, and what are the most promising lines for future research.

The approach will be to explain clearly and precisely the. Parental preferences in the choice for a specialty school Lydia M. Prieto a, Jonathan Aguero-Valverde b, Gustavo Zarrate-Cardenas, and Martin Van Maarseveen a aFaculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands; bDepartment of Civil Engineering, University of Costa Rica, San Pedro, Costa Rica ABSTRACT.

We investigate parents' preferences for school attributes in a unique data set of survey, administrative, census and spatial data. Using a conditional logit, incorporating characteristics of households, schools and home–school distance, we show that most families have strong preferences for schools' academic performance.Keywords: information and schools, Internet and schools, parental preferences, school choice, Washington, DC schools School choice is clearly one of the central themes in today's school reform movement.

Grounded in their (often ardent) belief in the power of markets to improve efficiency and per-formance, proponents of choice marshal strong.Title: Parent Engagement Author: Jeanine Last modified by: Scruggs Created Date: 2/2/ PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show () – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on - id: 5a8fZGNiO.