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September 18, 2015

Preschool Enrollment Questioned by New Brookings Research Project

A new think tank project launches with a critique of preschool enrollment estimates.

September 17, 2015

How Does an Equity Audit Work?

Equity audits may be one route for school leaders to dig out causes of chronic achievement and discipline gaps.

September 14, 2015

'Racial Mismatch' Changes Teacher Expectations for Students, Study Finds

Fifty years after the landmark Pygmalion experiments showed how teacher expectations help or hurt student learning, a new study suggests teachers' own backgrounds deeply affect what they expect from students.

September 11, 2015

School Ratings Give Parents Info, But Not Transfer Options, Study Finds

Poor and well-off families responded differently to a Chicago initiative to put low-performing schools on academic probation.

September 10, 2015

Budget Cuts Threaten Institute of Education Sciences

The U.S. Education Department's research arm faces bad and even worse cuts in the Senate and House versions of the next budget bill.

September 04, 2015

When You're Poor or Homeless, It Can Be a Long Trip to School, Studies Find

Studies in Chicago and New York City suggest poverty and homelessness can scatter students and increase their commute times to class.

September 03, 2015

Darling-Hammond Launches New Research Think Tank

Education heavy-hitter Linda Darling-Hammond will be president and chief executive officer of the newly launched Learning Policy Institute.

August 20, 2015

What Do Genes Say About Education? More Than You'd Think.

Within families, genetic differences may affect educational attainment.

August 19, 2015

Feds Release Maps of School Attendance Zones

The National Center for Education Statistics has released mapping data on school attendance zones in the United States for the 2013-14 school year.

August 06, 2015

What We're Talking About When We Say 'Teacher Shortage'

The overall number of teachers is growing, but that still leaves holes in crucial areas.

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