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Forget narrowing the academic curriculum; could accountability narrow schools' focus on student behaviors?


The gender gap in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics may be starting to turn, according to new 2009 data from the National Center for Education Statistics.


Study suggests high-achieving, low-income students get a boost from boarding school but others, not so much.


The debate over differentiating instruction just keeps going.


The Oakland, Calif., school district's effort to boost the grades and graduation rates of black male students offers a model for school districts around the country, the first independent analysis of the program concludes.


The White House's fiscal 2016 budget proposal wuld be good news for education research across several agencies.


A long-delayed federal education research bill has started chugging again in the Senate.


The Senate will take another look at education research next week.


A new study suggests economic and social factors are "below the waterline" affecting higher-profile measures of student achievement internationally.


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