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"Assessing the Cost" Index


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  Title Page Title Page
  Acknowledgments Acknowledgments
  Executive Summary Executive Summary
 1 Why Change? Why Change?
 2 Questions About Impact and Attribution Questions About Impact and Attribution
 3 Implementation Conclusions Implementation Conclusions
 4 Philadelphia IMP Research Summary Philadelphia IMP Research Summary
 5 Appendices List Appendices List
 6 Philadelphia Experience Timeline Philadelphia Experience Timeline
 7 Implementation Standards Implementation Standards
 8 Four Year Implementation Cost Four Year Implementation Cost
 9 Student Achievement Measures Student Achievement Measures
 10 Ninth Grade Student Attitudes  N/A
 11 Passing Rate Comparisons 1995, 1996, 1997  N/A
 12 PSAT Score Comparisons 1994, 1995, 1996  N/A
 13 Stanford 9 Test and Performance Index  N/A
 14 Central and Girls' SAT 9 Matched Sample Analysis  N/A
 15 1997 SAT 9 Matched Sample Analysis  N/A
 16 1998 SAT 9 Charts 1A to 4C  N/A
 17 1998 Girls' Ancova Study  N/A
 18 College Quantitive Reasoning Study  N/A
 19 Common Features of an NSF Curriculum Common Features of an NSF Curriculum
 20 Detail of IMP Math Topics Detail of IMP Math Topics
 21 Elements of Systemic Change Elements of Systemic Change
 22 The Greater Philadelphia Secondary Mathematics Project The Greater Philadelphia Secondary Mathematics Project
 23 References References
 24 Pending Reasearch 2000+ Pending Reasearch 2000+

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