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February 01, 2019

From Class Size to Student Belonging: Tidbits From New Federal Schools Data

Continuing increases in K-12 enrollment, a downturn in higher education enrollment, and a rise in cyberbullying are among the trends illustrated in two new statistical publications from the U.S. Department of Education.

January 17, 2019

Here's What the New Evidence-Based Policy Law Means for Education Research

Considered a bright spot after several years of legislative frustration for researchers, the new law is expected to yield a simpler and easier process for getting education data.

January 02, 2019

School Retention Linked to Violent Crimes in Adulthood in New Study

Test-based retention in 8th grade increases the likelihood of criminal conviction by age 25, according to a new study.

December 06, 2018

Teachers: I Trust My Students, I Trust My Principal, But Trust Me, You Don't Want My Job

A new survey of Schooling in America finds teachers have lost faith in

November 27, 2018

Teachers Want Education Research. The Feds Spend Millions on It. So Why Can't It Get to the Classroom?

Early results of a federal listening tour on teachers' research priorities highlight both urgent needs for new studies and better outreach on existing ones.

November 27, 2018

One Way to Avoid 'Reform Fatigue'? Look at the Broader System, Report Says

Most teachers and principals understand and dread the constant churn of promising school improvements that sputter out practice. A new report looks at how altering the way schools approach innovation may help changes more effective long term.

November 01, 2018

How Do We Trust the Results? Building a Clearer View of Education Evaluations

The Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness this morning launched a new tool to make evaluations of education programs more transparent for both researchers and education policymakers.

October 23, 2018

OECD: How Economics Still Shapes Students' Educational Paths

While overall educational attainment is rising globally, students' educational success is still largely a function of their economic status growing up, according to a report released Tuesday by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.

October 12, 2018

How Do You Align Research to Classroom Needs? Ask Teachers.

In its latest effort to make make education research more relevant to the classroom, the Institute of Education Sciences is working with the Jefferson Education Exchange to bring teachers to the table.

September 18, 2018

Time Lost to Suspensions Adds Up Fast for California Students

Even short suspensions can add up to big losses of instruction, particularly for students of color and special education students, according to researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles.

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