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Introduction
 
The Importance of 2/4 Transfer
 
The Different Dimensions of Transfer
 
The Accountability Problem and Transfer “Rates”
 
Research on State Policy and Transfer
 
Six-State Focus
 
    Arkansas
 
    Florida
 
    New Mexico
 
    New York
 
    North Carolina
 
    Texas
 
Lessons Learned about State Transfer Policy
 
Conclusions and Recommendations
 
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