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8 Important Topics in Education Research Right Now

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research.pngWe are on a short spring hiatus this week. We'll return with brand-new posts next week, but in the meantime, here is a quick recap of the research we've shared since the beginning of the year, organized by topic.

Tip: Be sure to check out our "Guide to the NNERPP EdWeek Blog" page for a topical overview of all of the Urban Education Reform blog posts.  

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

San Francisco

Houston

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

New Orleans

Atlanta

TEACHER EQUITY GAPS

Massachusetts

TEACHER SHORTAGE

Idaho

Michigan

TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Multnomah County (OR)

SCHOOL CLIMATE AND CULTURE

Chicago

Cleveland

  • Why School Climate Matters: The Cleveland Alliance for Education Research writes about ongoing research examining the association between students' perception of school climate and their educational outcomes, outlining preliminary findings suggesting that improved perceptions of safety, teacher expectations and support, and peer relationships are associated with improved student achievement.

SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING

New York City

COLLEGE ACCESS

Baltimore

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