The 21 studies that generated the findings in “Civics Exam: Schools of Choice Boost Civic Values”

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Summer 2007 / Vol. 7, No. 3

Campbell, David E. 2001a. “Civic Education: Readying Massachusetts’ Next Generation of Citizens.” White Paper 17, Boston: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research. Available by request of the author, Dave_Campbell@nd.edu.

———. 2001b. “Making Democratic Education Work.” In Charters, Vouchers, and Public Education, edited by Paul E. Peterson and David E. Campbell. Washington, DC: Brookings, pp. 241-67.

———. 2002. “The Civic Side of School Reform: How Do School Vouchers Affect Civic Education?” Working Paper of the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics, Princeton, NJ, April 16. Available by request of the author, Dave_Campbell@nd.edu.

Coleman, James S., and Thomas Hoffer. 1987. Public and Private High Schools: The Impact of Communities. New York: Basic Books.

Dee, Thomas S. 2005. “The Effects of Catholic Schooling on Civic Participation.” International Tax and Public Finance, 12: 605-25.

Godwin, R. Kenneth, and others. 1999. “Comparing Tolerance in Public, Private, and Evangelical Schools.” Working paper. Center for the Study of Education Reform, University of North Texas. Available by request of the lead author, godwink@email.uncc.edu.

Godwin, R. Kenneth, Carrie Ausbrook, and Valerie Martinez. 2001. “Teaching Tolerance in Public and Private Schools.” Phi Delta Kappan (March): 542-46.

Godwin, R. Kenneth, and Frank R. Kemerer. 2002. School Choice Tradeoffs: Liberty, Equity, and Diversity. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.

Greene, Jay P. 1998. “Civic Values in Public and Private Schools.” In Learning from School Choice, edited by Paul E. Peterson and Bryan C. Hassel. Washington, DC: Brookings, pp. 83-106.

Greene, Jay P., Joseph Giammo, and Nicole Mellow. 1999a. “The Effect of Private Education on Political Participation, Social Capital, and Tolerance: An Examination of the Latino National Political Survey.” Georgetown Public Policy Review 5, no. 1 (Fall): 53-67.

Greene, Jay P., Nicole Mellow, and Joseph Giammo. 1999b. “Private Schools and the Public Good: The Effect of Private Education on Political Participation and Tolerance in the Texas Poll.” Catholic Education (June): 429-43.

Howell, William G., and Paul E. Peterson, with Patrick J. Wolf and David E. Campbell. 2002. The Education Gap: Vouchers and Urban Schools. Washington, DC: Brookings.

Niemi, Richard G., Mary A. Hepburn, and Chris Chapman. 2000. “Community Service by High School Students: A Cure for Civic Ills?” Political Behavior 23, no. 1: 45-69.

Peterson, Paul E., and David E. Campbell. 2001. “An Evaluation of the Children’s Scholarship Fund.” Working Paper 01-03. Program on Education Policy and Governance, Harvard University. Available at http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/pepg/PDF/Papers/CSF%20Report%202001.pdf.

Peterson, Paul E., David E. Campbell, and Martin R. West. 2001. “An Evaluation of the Basic Fund Scholarship.” Working Paper 01-01. Program on Education Policy and Governance, Harvard University. Available at http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/pepg/PDF/Papers/BasicReport.PDF.

Schneider, Mark, and others. 1997. “Institutional Arrangements and the Creation of Social Capital: The Effects of Public School Choice.” American Political Science Review 91, no. 1: 82-93.

Smith, Christian, and David Sikkink. 1999. “Is Private Schooling Privatizing?” First Things 92 (April): 16-20.

West, Martin R., Paul E. Peterson, and David E. Campbell. 2001. “School Choice in Dayton, Ohio, after Two Years: An Evaluation of the Parents Advocating Choice in Education Scholarship Program.” Working Paper 01-04. Program on Education Policy and Governance, Harvard University. Available by request of the lead author, Martin_West@brown.edu.

Wolf, Patrick J., and others. 1998. “Democratic Values in New York City Schools.” Report of the Workshop in Applied Policy Analysis, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University. Available by request of the lead author, pwolf@uark.edu.

Wolf, Patrick J., Paul E. Peterson, and Martin R. West. 2001. “Results of a School Voucher Experiment: The Case of Washington, D.C., after Two Years.” Working Paper 01-05. Program on Education Policy and Governance, Harvard University. Available by request of the lead author, pwolf@uark.edu.

Wolf, Patrick J., and others. 2001. “Private Schooling and Political Tolerance.” In Charters, Vouchers, and Public Education, edited by Paul E. Peterson and David E. Campbell. Washington, DC: Brookings, pp. 268-89.




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