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March 27, 2014

Janette Klingner, Scholar, Teacher, and Mentor, Dies at 60

Janette Klingner, who died March 20, was best known as a prominent scholar of special education and bilingual and bicultural education but she was also remembered as a mentor, teacher, and friend.

March 27, 2014

New Research Partnership to Focus on New Orleans Schools

The Education Research Alliance, which is based at Tulane University, will partner with local organizations to study New Orleans's post-Katrina school reforms.

March 14, 2014

Another Study Fuels Movement to Push Back High School Start Times

Research from the University of Minnesota suggests adolescents may perform better and experience fewer problems when school starts at 8:30 a.m. or later so students can get more sleep.

March 07, 2014

Professional Development Pays Off for i3-Funded Program

Kindergartners whose teachers were trained by the i3-granted-funded Children's Literacy Initiative scored higher on early literacy assessments.

February 13, 2014

Study Finds That Kindergarten is Too Easy

A study has found that kindergarten teachers spend most of their time on basic literacy and math but that children learn more when taught more advanced material.

February 11, 2014

New Philanthropic Initiative to Finance Studies of Youth Inequality

The William T. Grant Foundation has introduced a new initiative that could distribute up to $11 million per year to fund studies of youth inequality.

February 07, 2014

Study Weighs Academic Effects of Sports, Early Sex, Bullying on Teenagers

A new research review examines the academic impacts of a wide range of teenage behaviors, from television-watching to early sexual activity to playing sports, and finds that the effects are often mediated by a student's particular social milieu.

January 22, 2014

Education, Opportunity, and a 1-in-10 Chance to Move From Poverty to Wealth

Children born into the nation's poorest families have less than a 1-in-10 shot to make it into the top 20 percent by their mid-20s, and social mobility has remained stagnant for more than 40 years, according to a new study by the National Bureau of Economic Research.

January 17, 2014

New Researchers Named to National Academy of Education

Fourteen researchers have joined the ranks of the National Academy of Education this week.

January 13, 2014

National Board to Gauge Support for English Learners, Education Research Law

The advisory board for the U.S. Education Department's research arm will look at English-learner issues and reauthorization for the federal education research law at its next meeting.

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