This study focuses on two primary research questions: What analytical techniques exist for estimating the cost of an adequate education for special education students? How might these techniques be applied to estimate the cost of an adequate education for special education students in California, and how do these cost estimates compare to what is currently spent on special education students?
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This report outlines a number of critical issues that should be addressed in order to allow states to explore and understand relationships between the performance of English language learning students on NAEP and on state assessments in this policy context.
Common Core of Data (CCD) surveys for the 2004-05 school year and the fiscal year 2004, includes data about students enrolled in public education, including the number of students by grade and the number receiving special education, migrant, or English language learner services.
To track the effects of Proposition 227, the California Department of Education commissioned a five-year evaluation of the proposition’s implementation and impact. This summary of the study undertaken by the American Institutes for Research and WestEd highlights the full report’s findings and recommendations.
Appendices for the Effects of the Implementation of Proposition 227 report.