, 05 September 2016

Does the electoral process play a part in teacher hiring? In this video, Sonja Fagernäs discusses the role of elections on the reorganization of teachers. This video was recorded during a UNU-WIDER conference on “Human capital and growth” held in June 2016.

Elizabeth Cascio, 20 August 2009

Proponents of universal early education hope that such investments will yield long-term socioeconomic benefits. This column presents evidence that state governments funding public kindergartens in the US actually widened socioeconomic disparities across adults, as whites made gains that blacks did not. That result highlights the sensitivity of policy interventions to their means of funding and the structure of existing alternatives.

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