The Center for Benefit-Cost Studies of Education advances educational equity by conducting economic evaluations of interventions and policies that address educational barriers related to poverty and oppression. One aspect of this work is to assess and demonstrate the value of investing in education and marginalized children and youth. The research the Center conducts provides information about effective practices and associated “ingredients” to improve the efficient allocation of scarce resources to better serve students and society. More information about CBCSE on our website.


Submissions from 2020


How to Conduct Cost and Value Analyses in Health Professions Education: AMEE Guide No. 139, Jonathan Foo, David A. Cook, Martin Tolsgaard, George Rivers, Jennifer Cleland, Kieran Walsh, Mohamed Elhassan Abdalla, You You, Dragan Ilic, Robert Golub, Henry Levin, and Stephen Maloney