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April 30, 2020

Some Parents Concerned Their Children Won't Be Ready for Next Year, Survey Says

While most parents of K-12 students seem pleased with the communication and educational activities schools are providing during the COVID-19 shutdowns, some are still concerned about how prepared their children will be for the next school year, a University of Southern California survey finds.

May 23, 2019

How Should Districts Plan for Future Students? New Federal Data Offer Insights

Public schools could see another 800,000 students in the next decade, according to the federal Education Department's statistical arm's latest projections. But just how many more may depend on how district leaders look at it.

March 20, 2019

UPDATE: Congress Chides Education Department's Research Agency for Delay in Reports, Oversight

It's been years since the Institute of Education Sciences had formal research priorities approved or reported on its work to Congress, and lawmakers are getting impatient.

December 27, 2018

2018 in Research: How Principals Lead, Gates Faltered, and Teens Balk at 'Growth Mindset'

2018 has been a fascinating year in education research, despite some ups and downs for the U.S. Department of Education's key research office.

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.

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 11, 2018

Do More U.S. Students Attend College Than Global Peers? It Depends on the State

The latest Education at a Glance report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development finds that 48 percent of young U.S. adults had completed a higher degree in 2017. That's about the global average, but individual states fell far ahead or behind the curve.

June 01, 2018

Research on Special Education, Career-Tech Ed., and Research Partnerships Sought by Education Department

The Institute of Education Sciences, the research agency for the U.S. Education Department, put out calls for a bevy of new research projects for fiscal 2019,

April 29, 2018

Key Takeaways and Emerging Issues From the Feds' Massive Civil Rights Data Survey

Going forward, here are some of the issues researchers and education advocates will be exploring, as well as some of the problems cropping up in the recently released 2015-16 Civil Rights Data Collection.

April 16, 2018

Could Schools Be Doing More With Title I Money?

The vast majority of schools that receive federal money for students in poverty use it schoolwide, but many have not taken advantage of flexibility to innovate with the grants.

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