New virtual issue of The Economic Journal published: The Economics of Education and Education Policy

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The latest virtual issue of The Economic Journal has been published and can be read online for free for a limited time.

This issue showcases 12 papers published in the Journal, organized around four themes focusing on the economics of education and education policy: enduring questions about school choice and school quality, including issues related to student tracking; distributional and intergenerational issues from the education policy perspective; teacher effectiveness; and the identification of peer effects.

The issue represents cutting-edge research in the education and education policy literature and offers new avenues for future research. It is timely, as the tremendous negative impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on learning outcomes persist worldwide.