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Works Cited

Center On Education Policy. Are Private High Schools Better Academically Than Public High

Schools? Center On Education Policy. Washington, D.C., 2007. Web 26 March 2017

This source shows the importance of the issue in discussion. With cited research, the article
discusses a study conducted that focused on low-income students in inner-city high
schools. The well-known Center On Education Policy is a national, independent advocate
for public education and for more effective public schools. The fact I used about SAT
scores compared between public schools and private schools was a strong support to my
argument about the effects of less opportunity for urban students.

Dwyer Rachel, Randy Hodson, and McCloud Laura. "Debt and Graduation From American

Universities." Socail Forces Volume 90. Issue 4 (2012). Web. 24 March 2017.

This source is about the adverse effects of the rise of tuition on students bank accounts. The
main idea I plan to incorporate for this source is about the growing number of loans taken out for
Americas college students. The authors are published through the Oxford University Press.

Dynan Karen, Kohn Donald. The Rise in U.S. Household Indebtedness: Causes and

Consequences. Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. Web 23

March 2017.

This report provided insightful and useful statistics to help shape my understanding of the
subject. This source consists of former members of the Federal Reserve Board. I will use
this source to show how our country has moved away from saving and toward borrowing.

Center On Education Policy. Are Private High Schools Better Academically


Than Public High Schools? Center On Education Policy. Washington,
D.C., 2007.

Dynan Karen, Kohn Donald. The Rise in U.S. Household Indebtedness: Causes
and Consequences. Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C., n.d.

Imazeki, Jennifer. "Teacher Salaries and Teacher Attrition." Economics of


Education Review 24.4 (2005).

Kristn Drfjr, Berglind Rs Magnsdttir. "Privatization of Early Childhood


Education in Iceland." Research in Comparative and International
Education 11.1 (2016).
Odumbe, Grace Awino and Simatwa Enose. "Factors Influencing Student
Academic Performance in Day-Secondary Schools in Kenya." Greener
Journal (2015).

OECD. "UNITED STATES Country Note Results from PISA 2012."


Comparative Study. OECD, 2012.

Rachel E. Dwyer, Laura McCloud and Randy Hodson. "Debt and Graduation
From American Universities." Socail Forces 90.4 (2012): 23.

Realtor.com. "Florida." Jacksonville, FL Housing Market, Trends, and Schools.

National Association of REALTORS. Web. 22 March 2017.

This source will be one of my non-scholarly sources. The data was retrieved from
Realtor.com and was used to compare the prices of houses in two different
communities. I will use this data in support of my argument about the
income inequality in the US that effects education negatively.

US News and World Report. "Nathan Bedford Forrest High School." Us

News.com. U.S. News and World Report L.P., 2013-2014. Web. 22 March

2017.

This source provides statistics about Nathan Bedford Forrest High School, which
I use to compare with the high school I attended. The purpose of this
comparison is to give a lucid account of the specifics about the ways
income inequality effect education.