Inside School Research points today to blog items describing a study of full-day kindergarten and a review looking at how educational research feeds into policymaking.


A new report from the Education Trust shows how simple measure of states' progress in closing achievement gaps can mislead.


The merits of randomized field trials are debated in a new Education Next podcast.


The South has become the first region of the country where poor children and children of color account for more than half of public school enrollment, a new report says.


Science Daily reports on a study suggesting that negative physical education teachers can turn students off fitness for good.


Experts and critics are trading differing data on whether New York City's charter schools enroll fewer students from poor families.


The author of a national study that yielded mostly disappointing results for charter schools is set to release a new analysis of New York City's charter schools later today.


A new working paper explores the qualities that signal an effective principal.


The New York Times.\ reports that Teach for America graduates are not necessarily more civic-minded than program dropouts or those who are accepted to the program but decline to join.

A British study suggests that students will stay in school longer---if you pay them.


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