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REAP by the Numbers
The Impacts of Building Elite High Schools for Students from Disadvantaged Areas
Are Elite University Graduates Aiding China’s Transition to an Innovation-based Economy? Results from a Career Choices Survey among Would-be Innovators in China and the United States
Can One Laptop per Child Reduce the Digital Divide and Educational Gap? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in Migrant Schools in Beijing
One Laptop per Child (OLPC) is one of the high profile initiatives to try to narrow the inequality of access to ICT (digital divide).
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REAP in Stanford Social Innovation Review: Leveraging Research for China
The latest summer 2012 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review highlights how REAP leverages its research and global partnerships to influence government policy.
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Policy Related Research - REAP 2013
Official Policy Briefs(Submitted to China’s State Council) Research and Policy Recommendations on the Situation of Infant Malnutrition and Underdevelopment in Poor AreasAdvisory for Implementing a...
"Across the Pacific" Curriculum Project
Student-aged children in the United States have a poor understanding of China's history, development, and current affairs.
Mandarin as a Second Language
Rural ethnic minorities are among the most disadvantaged in their ability to access educational resources.
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