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Education Week Spotlight's Levin's Cost-Benefit Analysis Center

In the early 1970s, Henry Levin -- now Professor of Economics and Education at TC -- did a major report for a Senate sub-committee on the costs to the U.S. of inadequate education. Over the past 30 years, he's elevated that kind of work to an art form, most recently founding the Center for Benefit Cost Studies of Education. See the story in the current issue of Education Week.
In the early 1970s, Henry Levin -- now Professor of Economics and Education at TC -- did a major report for a Senate sub-committee on the costs to the U.S. of inadequate education. Over the past 30 years, he's elevated that kind of work to an art form, most recently founding the Center for Benefit Cost Studies of Education. See the story in the April 9th issue of Education Week.
 
 
 

Published Wednesday, Apr. 9, 2008

Education Week Spotlight's Levin's Cost-Benefit Analysis Center

In the early 1970s, Henry Levin -- now Professor of Economics and Education at TC -- did a major report for a Senate sub-committee on the costs to the U.S. of inadequate education. Over the past 30 years, he's elevated that kind of work to an art form, most recently founding the Center for Benefit Cost Studies of Education. See the story in the April 9th issue of Education Week.
 
 
 
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