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May 27, 2012

Understand Uncertainty in Program Effects

An Australian researcher argues that showing the range of effects of a particular intervention can make it easier for educators and others to understand the significance of a study.

May 23, 2012

OMB Pushes for More Rigorous Program Evaluations

An Office of Management and Budget memo to Education Secretary Arne Duncan and other agency leaders calls for all fiscal 2014 budget proposals to include a separate section detailing the departments' "most innovative uses of evidence and evaluation."

May 16, 2012

Why Are There Errors in National Schools Data?

Problems with data used by a national high school ranking report highlights the importance of managing and checking education information.

May 11, 2012

Study: Feminizing STEM Role Models Turns Off Girls

The push to promote more "feminine" role models for science, technology, engineering and math fields may backfire with middle school girls, according to a new study.

May 09, 2012

Capitol Hill Veteran to Lead Research Association

The Knowledge Alliance, a Washington-based nonprofit which represents the nation's regional educational laboratories and other research groups, has tapped veteran Hill staffer Michele McLaughlin to be its next president.

April 27, 2012

Health Department Greenlights Teen Driver Research

The National Institute for Child Health and Human Development has released a plethora of research on why teenagers are so much less safe as drivers and how to help them drive more safely.

April 23, 2012

Atom-Based Sensor Could Help Children's Brain Research

A new atom-based sensor could improve brain imaging studies of children.

April 20, 2012

Is Television the New Secondhand Smoke?

children ages 8 months to 8 years are exposed to nearly four hours each day of television playing in the background,according to a new University of Pennsylvania study.

April 19, 2012

More Sun Won't Boost Kids' Academic Performance, Study Says

Vitamin D, linked to improved thinking in adults, does not improve children's academic performance, according to a new study in Epidemiology and Community Health.

April 19, 2012

Federal Head Start Study to Be Extended

Federal researchers studying the effectiveness of Head Start's social and emotional instruction have asked for more time to follow up with children and parents in the program.

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