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POSITIVE OUTLIERS SERIES California’s Positive Outliers California’s Positive Outliers Districts Beating the Odds Districts Beating the Odds Anne Podolsky, Linda Darling-Hammond, Christopher Doss, and Sean Reardon Anne Podolsky, Linda Darling-Hammond, Christopher Doss, and Sean Reardon MAY MAY 2019 2019 California’s Positive Outliers: Districts Beating the Odds Anne Podolsky and Linda Darling-Hammond Learning Policy Institute Christopher Doss RAND Corporation Sean Reardon Stanford University Acknowledgments The authors thank staff of the California Department of Education, who provided data underlying this report and guidance in using it. The authors also thank our LPI colleagues Tara Kini and Leib Sutcher for their support and feedback on this report. For their contributions to editing, design, and production on this project, we thank Aaron Reeves and Erin Chase. Without their generosity of time and spirit, this work would not have been possible. This research was supported by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Core operating support for the Learning Policy Institute is also provided by the Sandler Foundation and the Ford Foundation. We are grateful to them for their generous support. The ideas in this report are those of the authors and not of our funders. External Reviewers This report benefited from the insights and expertise of two external reviewers: Meredith Phillips, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Sociology and Chair of Undergraduate Af ...
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