A new five-state study suggests student mobility rates in rural areas can rival those of urban centers, with all the attendant stress on students and school systems.
Top education research author Michael Feuer ponders the role of research in teaching and teacher education. Meanwhile, Wisconsin sociologist Robert Hauser steps in to lead National Academies' education division.
An evaluation takes a sober, second look at the comprehensive, and controversial, school reforms San Diego tried out earlier this decade.
Debra Viadero joins the editing ranks and Sarah D. Sparks takes over.
A British review of 100 studies suggests reasons why the current emphasis in the U.S. on boosting student achievement could backfire.
Readers, Inside School Research is taking a break for two weeks and leaving behind all those dusty academic journals, regression equations, and randomized controlled trials. See you on Aug. 16!...
A new study explores whether a state exam in Arizona could be a useful way to predict which students will succeed in college.
A New York Times article on a study examining the long-term benefits of good teaching in the early grades is stirring up the blogosphere.
Two of the education field's better-known research organizations announced plans today to join forces.
The Teacher Beat blog has the down-low on two new studies---one compares seniority-vs.-value-added methods for laying off teachers and another looks at the teaching assignments of Teach for America recruits.