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    Education News
  • Is the U.S. Constitution colorblind?


  • Lifting the veil on the complex world of teacher debt


  • Pensions are empty promises for most public-school teachers nationwide


  • First-of-its-kind study measures college instructor quality


  • Boosting college quality and success for high-scoring Hispanic students


  • ‘Redshirting’ preschoolers may do more harm than good


  • What could we expect from a Justice Gorsuch on key education issues?


  • Experts consider a federal constitutional right to education


  • ESSA could fund crucial shift in education research


  • College students assessed as needing remedial algebra more likely to succeed by instead taking credit-bearing statistics with additional support


  • What Obama’s Signature Education Reform Got Wrong


  • Two National Surveys find Charter-School Parents More Satisfied than Those with Children in District-Operated Schools


  • No-excuses charter students more likely to enroll in competitive, four-year colleges


  • Research lacking on school discipline reforms


  • The 2016 EdNext Poll – including 10-year trends in public opinion


  • Study finds school closures in NYC benefitted rising ninth-graders


  • Change takes a positive turn in Newark


  • States curb Common Core opposition by leaving testing consortia


  • New analyses of opt-out movement offer fresh perspectives


  • Once promising reforms stall in Baltimore


  • Icahn Charter Schools build background knowledge to drive learning


  • PARCC and Massachusetts state exams predict college success equally well


  • Bush-Obama regulations fail to generate sustained gains in student achievement


  • Two school choice proponents argue the merits of education savings accounts


  • Massive economic gains for states that invest in student achievement


  • School choice, charters propel achievement in Denver schools


  • School choice benefits extend far beyond test scores


  • Forty-five States Increased Academic Proficiency Standards between 2011 and 2015


  • Are U. S. Schools Really Resegregating?


  • New academic games motivate students to achieve


  • Black-White Achievement Gap Makes Little Progress Since 1960s


  • Collective bargaining has negative impact on students’ future earnings and employment


  • States Move Toward Dual-Immersion and English-Immersion Instruction


  • Does Poverty Explain the Mediocre Performance of American Schools?


  • Test-based accountability has beneficial long-term effects on the graduation rates and future earnings of disadvantaged Texas students attending schools at risk of failing, new study finds


  • Education Department Letter Strays Far From Civil Rights Act


  • 2015 EdNext Poll: Public Backs Testing, Opposes “Opt-out” Movement


  • New Orleans Reforms Boost Student Performance


  • Charter Schools Do Not Appear to Discriminate Against Special Education Students


  • Race to the Top Competition Changes State Education Policies


  • Wisconsin High School Reaches High International Benchmarks in Math and Reading


  • Increased Per-Pupil Spending Yields Improved Educational Attainment and Higher Future Wages for Students from Low-Income Families


  • At Success Academy, Strong Content and Curriculum are Keys to Success


  • School Closings Due to Bad Weather Have Little to No Effect on Student Achievement


  • Twenty States Increased Academic Proficiency Standards between 2011 and 2013


  • Education Gap Grows for Adolescents from Single-Parent Families


  • U.S. Students from Two-Parent Families Achieve a Grade Level Higher than Peers from Single-Parent Families


  • 50 Years after the Moynihan Report, More than One-Quarter of Young Black Males Are Neither Employed nor Enrolled in School or Vocational Training


  • In the U.S., Nearly a Quarter of All Children Live with an Unmarried Mother


  • Experimental Study Shows Major Benefits for Students Who Attend Live Theater



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