A newly created Evidence-Based Policymaking Commission will look for ways to protect student data while providing better structure to study federal programs.
March 2016 Archives
Funding for dual-enrollment makes a big difference in how effective the programs are, a new study finds.
Elementary school teachers are less likely to punish students of their own race by removing them from the classroom or the school, a preliminary study finds.
A House committee hearing this week tackled thorny issues in the next iteration of the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
Many of the smaller Investing in Innovation grants did not find significant benefits, often from design or implementation problems. But administrators said they still learned a lot from the process.
The final evaluation of Reading Recovery's Investing in Innovation project finds benefits for 1st graders.
A new American Enterprise Institute report argues the federal What Works Clearinghouse should give policymakers different sorts of information to judge curricula.
A two-year Investing in Innovation project study finds National Writing Project teachers improved their instructional practices, with direct benefits for students' writing.
Harold L. "Bud" Hodgkinson dedicated his life to documenting and analyzing the demographic changes in American schools, and how schools would need to adapt to help a diversifying student population meet its potential.
But girls of color don't seem to get as much of a nudge toward STEM careers as white girls, study finds.
The latest in a series of studies finds students in schools that practice "deeper learning" approaches are more likely to graduate high school and enroll in four-year colleges.
Eleven new members are elected to national research group.