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She received her bachelor of arts degree from Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, achieved her Master of Arts in Teaching from Harvard University, and obtained a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from State University of New York in Albany. Assessment, in CRIME AND JUSTICE: AN ANNUAL REVIEW OF RESEARCH 1 (M.
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