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April 16, 2010

Bribery Pays

A Harvard economist shares the results of his recent work--the largest-ever study of financial incentives inside the classroom.

November 11, 2009

The Test-Prep Dilemma

Many struggling students in high schools throughout New Jersey must take test-prep classes in place of electives like music or art, according to The Record.

September 23, 2009

Board Rooms

A California elementary school with high percentages of low income and minority students has seen dramatic test score gains as a result of an instructional program that combines intensive white board use with choral student responses, according to the Contra Costa Times. Delta View Elementary's Aca...

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