Nora Gordon
Nora Gordon
Associate Professor of Public Policy, Georgetown University
Verified email at georgetown.edu
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Do federal grants boost school spending? Evidence from Title I
N Gordon
Journal of Public Economics 88 (9-10), 1771-1792, 2004
3512004
A spatial merger estimator with an application to school district consolidation
N Gordon, B Knight
Journal of Public Economics 93 (5-6), 752-765, 2009
124*2009
Improving informed consent and enhancing recruitment for research by understanding economic behavior
LB Dunn, NE Gordon
Jama 293 (5), 609-612, 2005
972005
The effect of state education finance reform on total local resources
K Baicker, N Gordon
Journal of Public Economics 90 (8-9), 1519-1535, 2006
96*2006
Paying for progress: Conditional grants and the desegregation of southern schools
E Cascio, N Gordon, E Lewis, S Reber
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 125 (1), 445-482, 2010
802010
Educational Finance Equalization, Spending, Teacher Quality, and Student Outcomes
N Gordon, E Vegas
Incentives to Improve Teaching, 151, 2005
692005
Local responses to federal grants: Evidence from the introduction of Title I in the South
EU Cascio, N Gordon, S Reber
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 5 (3), 126-59, 2013
67*2013
From Brown to busing
E Cascio, N Gordon, E Lewis, S Reber
Journal of urban Economics 64 (2), 296-325, 2008
572008
The effects of school district consolidation on educational cost and quality
N Gordon, B Knight
Public Finance Review 36 (4), 408-430, 2008
542008
Education and the age profile of literacy into adulthood
E Cascio, D Clark, N Gordon
Journal of Economic Perspectives 22 (3), 47-70, 2008
302008
The changing federal role in education finance and governance
N Gordon
Handbook of research in education finance and policy 317, 331, 2008
292008
School nutrition and student discipline: Effects of schoolwide free meals
NE Gordon, KJ Ruffini
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
202018
Race, poverty, and interpreting overrepresentation in special education
N Gordon
Washington, DC: Brookings Institution. Downloaded September 23, 2017, 2017
192017
Exploring the growth of the child SSI caseload
A Aizer
172013
The quest for a targeted and effective Title I ESEA: Challenges in designing and implementing fiscal compliance rules
N Gordon, S Reber
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 1 (3), 129-147, 2015
142015
Increasing targeting, flexibility, and transparency in Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act to help disadvantaged students
N Gordon
Policy Proposal 1, 2016
132016
Disproportionality in student discipline: Connecting policy to research
N Gordon
Washington, DC: Brookings Institute, 2018
102018
Do federal grants boost school spending
N Gordon
Evidence from Title I, 2002
102002
Explaining Trends in High School Graduation: The Changing Elementary and Secondary Education Policy Landscape and Income Inequality over the Last Half Century
N Gordon
Human Capital in History: The American Record, 59-89, 2014
8*2014
Challenges in redistributing resources across local school districts: Evidence from Title I and state school finance equalizations
N Gordon
To educate a nation, 95-116, 2007
82007
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