RAND Review: Spring 2002

On the Cover

Fifth-graders Anthony Warner, left, Michael Pond, center, and Jennifer Wickham prepare for the Michigan Educational Assessment Program test during their class at Lewton Elementary School in Lansing on Jan. 18.

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Spring 2002 Contents

Message from the Editor

News

  • Added Values
    The role of moral dialogues in building a global community

Precision-Guided Sanctions
How to take the profit out of proliferation
By Richard H. Speier and Brian G. Chow

Cover Story

Putting Theory to the Test
Systems of "educational accountability" should be held accountable
By Brian M. Stecher and Laura S. Hamilton

Faster, Better, Cheaper
U.S. Army manages a logistics revolution
By Rick Eden

Commentary
Secure the Vote
Now we must literally protect democracy
By James T. Quinlivan


Editor-in-Chief
John Godges

Assistant Editor
Christina Pitcher

News Editor
Brett Grodeck

Editorial Editor
Paul Steinberg

Proofreader
Miriam Polon

Art Director
Ronald Miller

Designer
Eileen La Russo

Production Editor
Denise Constantine

Circulation
Christine Troncoso

Web Producer
Amy Clark

Editorial Board
Dominic Brewer
Paul Davis
Jerrold Green
Bruce Hoffman
James Hosek
James Kahan
Iao Katagiri
Kevin McCarthy
Elizabeth McGlynn
C. Richard Neu
Mary Vaiana

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