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April 12, 2018

World's Largest Education Research Group Kicks Off Annual Conference

The 2018 American Educational Research Association kicks off today in New York City.

April 10, 2018

NAEP: Urban School Districts Improving Faster Than the Nation

The Trial Urban District Assessment of the Nation's Report Card expanded for 2017, by adding both new districts and a measure of all large school districts. While relatively few districts saw significant gains over 2015, urban districts as a whole seem to be gaining faster than the national average.

April 10, 2018

On NAEP, What's Florida Doing That Other States Could Learn From?

Educators and policymakers dig into the Sunshine State's NAEP results.

March 23, 2018

Mark Schneider Confirmed as Nation's Education Research Director

After nearly four years, the U.S. Education Department's research agency is at last on the verge of getting a new permanent director.

March 22, 2018

Education Research Gets a Boost in Omnibus Spending Bill

While education research programs across several agencies have faced cuts and consolidations this year, Congress is expected to approve an omnibus spending bill that rejects cuts in favor of some modest increases to federal education research and data.

March 14, 2018

Senate Education Committee Approves Schneider Nomination to Head Education Research Agency

The full Senate still must approve the nomination for the agency, which hasn't had a permanent director since 2014.

January 25, 2018

Ed. Dept. Budget Could Combine Three Significant Research, Policy Programs

Advocates with knowledge of the plan say the Trump administration will propose consolidating the state longitudinal data system program, the Regional Educational Laboratory Program, and the Comprehensive Centers that help out states.

January 08, 2018

Feds Close 'Evidence Based' National Registry for Mental Health Programs

A national registry of evidence-based mental health programs has been shuttered.

November 16, 2017

House Passes Evidence-Based Policy Bill

In the midst of bitter tax and healthcare debates, at least one bipartisan bill seems to be gathering steam on the Hill: the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act.

November 02, 2017

House Oversight Committee Moves Bill to Promote Evidence-Based Policymaking

The House committee on government oversight voted Thursday to move forward with a bill to promote better use of federal data, research, and evaluations in making policy, following on recommendations from the bipartisan Commission for Evidence-Based Policymaking.

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