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By as early as 2 years old, differences in a low-income child's home learning environment can make the difference between whether he or she will be considered ready for school or labeled at risk at the start of kindergarten two years later, according to a New York University study.
A forthcoming report suggests research on Asian and Pacific Islander students often does not reflect demographic differences within the group.
A new report on Hispanic achievement gaps also highlights variation in how English language learners are included in the "nation's report card."
Writing in "Science" today, Stanford education school dean Deborah Stipek says the race to land a spot in top colleges is "damaging many otherwise promising lives."
There's little more than a week left for applications for the next round of regional education labs, and there have been five updates to the competition In the last week. The contracts for the RELs got off to a pretty rocky start this spring, as Congress threatened to eliminate the program entirely, and for a while it looked as though the current labs might not receive the money to complete their existing work. The Institute for Education Sciences released the final, official request for proposals after the Senate secured a last-minute budget reprieve for the program. The contract proposal says ...
The United States ranks uncomfortably below the OECD average in the percentage of poor children who are resilient to their situation, raising questions about the promise of the American dream.
What Works Clearinghouse has its own "official fake Twitter feed," but no official real Twitter feed yet.
A new study highlights nuances in how video games affect students.
The Data Quality Campaign plans a free online seminar on ways to use data from state longitudinal databases.