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Cover: Who Gets In?: Strategies for Fair and Effective College AdmissionsWho Gets In?: Strategies for Fair and Effective College AdmissionsZwick, RebeccaHARDCOVER05/15/2017$36.00
Cover: Civil Examinations and Meritocracy in Late Imperial ChinaCivil Examinations and Meritocracy in Late Imperial ChinaElman, Benjamin A.HARDCOVER11/01/2013$50.50
Cover: Cheating Lessons: Learning from Academic DishonestyCheating Lessons: Learning from Academic DishonestyLang, James M.HARDCOVER09/02/2013$28.00
Cover: Testing Wars in the Public Schools: A Forgotten HistoryTesting Wars in the Public Schools: A Forgotten HistoryReese, William J.HARDCOVER03/11/2013$50.50
Cover: As Good As It Gets: What School Reform Brought to AustinAs Good As It Gets: What School Reform Brought to AustinCuban, LarryHARDCOVER02/25/2010$25.95
Cover: The Ordeal of Equality: Did Federal Regulation Fix the Schools?The Ordeal of Equality: Did Federal Regulation Fix the Schools?Cohen, David K.
Moffitt, Susan L.
HARDCOVER10/31/2009$45.50
Cover: Measuring Up: What Educational Testing Really Tells UsMeasuring Up: What Educational Testing Really Tells UsKoretz, DanielPAPERBACK09/15/2009$22.00
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