by Ullik Rouk

References & Credits

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This edition of Insights was written by Üllik Rouk, Policy Studies Associates in Washington, DC, and edited by Joyce Pollard, program manager for policy information services at SEDL. Julia Guzman, program specialist, coordinated production. Diane Pan and Sue Mutchler wrote the original research report on which this Insights is based.

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Published in Insights on Educational Policy, Practice, and Research Number 13, November 2000, Policymakers Build Bridges