Four-year vs. Five-year High Schools
A critical review of Harry Krashinsky's essay, "How Would One Extra Year of High School Impact Academic Performance in University's Evidence from a Unique Policy Change in Ontario, Canada".
# 89188 | 900 words | 0 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in English (Analysis) , Education (Jr High/High School) , Canadian Studies (General)
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This paper discusses Harry Krashinsky's essay "How Would One Extra Year of High School Impact Academic Performance in University's Evidence from a Unique Policy Change in Ontario, Canada", in which Krashinksky was able to exploite a unique historical event - a double cohort of high school graduates in Ontario in 2003, some with four years of high school and others with five years of high school - to test whether the quantity of education courses enhanced the human capital of graduates or whether it was simply a signal of higher ability.
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