How Do Parents Research and Choose Schools? — GreatSchools 2013
How Americans Assess School Quality — Jon Valant Stanford 2013
Effects of Providing Info to School-Choosing Families — Stanford 2012
The Presentation of School Information — Peter Bergman Columbia 2013
How Parents Research Schools — Qualitative Study Rockman et al 2012
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