Two new studies suggest states and schools still have a long way to go to protect children in the event of a wide-scale disaster.
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August 30, 2010
August 25, 2010
As education watchers reflect on the fifth anniversary of the hurricanes that devastated Gulf Coast schools, they may find a few lessons in how to make all research more relevant to schools.
August 23, 2010
A new five-state study suggests student mobility rates in rural areas can rival those of urban centers, with all the attendant stress on students and school systems.
August 19, 2010
An evaluation takes a sober, second look at the comprehensive, and controversial, school reforms San Diego tried out earlier this decade.
July 29, 2010
A new study explores whether a state exam in Arizona could be a useful way to predict which students will succeed in college.
July 28, 2010
A New York Times article on a study examining the long-term benefits of good teaching in the early grades is stirring up the blogosphere.
July 27, 2010
Two of the education field's better-known research organizations announced plans today to join forces.
June 15, 2010
A study suggests that computers and internet access may not provide as much of an achievement boost as educators might hope.
January 27, 2010
The Spencer Foundation's Paul Goren will replace John Q. Easton at the Consortium on Chicago School Research.
January 20, 2010
A study published today in Science Daily suggests that teenagers who are burned out on school tend to have parents who are burned out on work.