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November 05, 2018

Sounding an Alarm: Background Noise Can Hurt Student Achievement

A new study suggests high background noise in schools can significantly distract some students during testing time.

September 18, 2018

Time Lost to Suspensions Adds Up Fast for California Students

Even short suspensions can add up to big losses of instruction, particularly for students of color and special education students, according to researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles.

April 14, 2018

New Research Suggests Practical Ways to Make School Discipline, Access Equitable

Researchers discuss how data can help schools break the school-to-prison pipeline and boost access to advanced courses at the American Educational Research Association conference.

November 06, 2017

How Do Training Needs Change as Schools Learn to Improve?

Training support for a new school improvement program often dries up after teachers get the basics down, but one program is studying how to keep teachers involved after the novelty wears off.

October 13, 2016

How Can Schools Counter Bias? Broward County Research Project Wants to Know

A community-wide research project in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., hopes to find ways to counter implicit bias that may undermine school discipline reform.

August 23, 2016

Corporal Punishment: Inside the Education Week Analysis

In a new investigation, Education Week found more than 109,000 students experienced physical discipline in 2013-14. Here's how we approached the analysis.

May 05, 2016

Bullying, Crimes Down in U.S. Schools, Fed Data Finds

Students see school as a safer place today than in prior years, according to new data from an annual federal report.

December 23, 2015

'Racial Mismatch' May Affect Which Students Are in Class

Having a teacher of another race increases the risk that young boys of color will be suspended or chronically miss class, according to a new study.

September 17, 2015

How Does an Equity Audit Work?

Equity audits may be one route for school leaders to dig out causes of chronic achievement and discipline gaps.

September 14, 2015

'Racial Mismatch' Changes Teacher Expectations for Students, Study Finds

Fifty years after the landmark Pygmalion experiments showed how teacher expectations help or hurt student learning, a new study suggests teachers' own backgrounds deeply affect what they expect from students.

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