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December 04, 2015

Teachers Feel Declining Classroom Independence, Fed Data Shows

Across the board, teachers report feeling less in control of many aspects of day-to-day teaching.

December 04, 2015

What Role Will Research Play in ESSA?

The next iteration of ESEA may encourage more diverse types of research in education policy, but state capacity will be key.

December 02, 2015

Award Honors Ed Research That Casts Light on the 'Long Shadow' of Poverty

The 2016 Grawemeyer Award in Education honored a 30-year study of poverty and education.

November 24, 2015

International Survey Finds U.S. Lagging in Early-Childhood Education

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has just released its annual "Education at a Glance" report, an encyclopedic collection of education-related statistics across 46 countries, and the new numbers show the United States trailing the world in preschool education.

November 13, 2015

Dual-Language Immersion Boosts Oregon Students

A four-year study finds English-learners and native English speakers alike improved significantly in bilingual schools.

November 09, 2015

'Deeper Learning' Is Here, Researchers Say; It's Just Unequally Distributed

A focus on students' deficits can lead to unequal access to meaningful content, two new reports argue.

October 05, 2015

Do State Laws Suppress Bullying at Schools and Online?

A few basic components of state anti-bullying laws are associated with significantly lower rates of bullying, both online and in schools.

October 01, 2015

Keeping New Teachers In, Bringing Back Those Who Leave

If mentors help keep teachers in schools, why are teachers in higher-poverty schools less likely to get them?

September 25, 2015

Voting Gap Yawns After Schools Get Failing Grades

Voters respond to local schools failing accountability benchmarks, but mainly if they are already politically active.

September 24, 2015

Are You Eligible for Merit Pay? Many Teachers Don't Know

Basing teachers' pay on merit might give a small boost to students' reading achievement—if teachers understand how it works.

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