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August 05, 2015

Storytelling Can Predict Later Literacy in Black Preschoolers

But the link between "oral narrative" skills and early literacy was not seen in Latino, Asian, or white children, the study found.

March 18, 2015

Charters Outpacing District Schools in Many Urban Areas, Study Finds

Most urban charter schools are not "pushing out" students with special needs to improve scores, finds a new Stanford University study.

March 09, 2015

Robert Putnam: When Did Poor Kids Stop Being 'Our Kids'?

The biggest divide between poor and wealthy students is one of community connection, argues Harvard researcher Robert Putnam in a new book.

February 03, 2015

Role-Model Program Offers Boys of Color Support, Study Says

The Oakland, Calif., school district's effort to boost the grades and graduation rates of black male students offers a model for school districts around the country, the first independent analysis of the program concludes.

October 23, 2014

AERA Lecturer Anderson: Voting Inequity, Education Gaps Go Hand in Hand

James D. Anderson, a top education-policy historian at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, calls for education and voting equity in the 2014 Brown v. Board of Education lecture in education research, sponsored by the American Educational Research Association.

October 17, 2014

School Stimulant Use as 'Socioeconomic Advantage'? Study Suggests It Could Be.

Wealthier kids are more likely to use stimulants in response to academic pressures, according to a new study.

August 10, 2014

Can Schools Respect Individuality Without Cultivating Narcissism in Students?

A researcher in narcissism argues self-esteem boosting efforts in schools may have increased tolerance but reduced empathy in students.

August 04, 2014

Illinois Task Force Studies Chicago Absenteeism

A state task force studies potential solutions for Chicago's chronic truancy issues.

August 01, 2014

District Research Reveals Ways to Help At-Risk Students Graduate

District-level research in Washington D.C. and Maryland shows how to keep at-risk students on track to graduation and college.

July 01, 2014

Districts Say Diversity Is a Priority--When They Have Time for It

Good intentions for desegregation don't have the same impact as legal requirements, even when the federal government tries to support districts' diversity plans, a new series of reports shows.

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