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10/06/10Building and Using Coordinated State Early Care and Education Data SystemsReport2010
9/29/10Rising Above the Gathering Storm, Revisited: Rapidly Approaching Category 5Members of the 2005 "Rising Above the Gathering Storm" Committee, National Academy of Engineering, and Institute of Medicine Prepared for the Presidents of the National Academy of SciencesNational Academies PressBook2010
9/22/10Partnerships for STEM EducationKevin Michael Foster, Kathleen B. Bergin, Ann F. McKenna, Don L. Millard, Lance C. Perez, Joan T. Prival, Daphne Y. Rainey, Hannah M. Sevian, Elizabeth A. VanderPutten, James E. HamosSciencePeer-Reviewed Article2010
9/16/10The Black-White Achievement Gap - When Progress StoppedPaul E. Barton, Richard J. ColeyETS Policy Information CenterReport2010
9/01/10Measuring What Matters: A Stronger Accountability Model for Teacher EducationEdward CroweCenter for American ProgressWorking Paper2010
8/18/10Yes We Can: The Schott 50 State Report on Public Education and Black MalesSchott Foundation for Public EducationReport2010
7/15/10The Implications of Teacher Selection and Teacher Effects in Some Education ExperimentsMichael J. WeissMDRCReport2010
7/07/10New York City's Changing High School Landscape: High Schools and Their Characteristics, 2002-2008Janell K. Smith, Rebecca Unterman, and Alma E. Moedano Janet C. QuintMDRCReport2010
7/07/10Approaches of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-Funded Intermediary Organizations to Structuring and Supporting Small High Schools in New York CityEileen FoleyPolicy Studies Associates, Inc.Report2010
7/07/10Small High Schools at Work: A Case Study of Six Gates-Funded Schools in New York CityAcademy for Educational DevelopmentReport2010
7/07/10Transforming the High School Experience: How New York City's New Small Schools Are Boosting Student Achievement and Graduation RatesSaskia Levy Thompson, Rebecca Unterman Howard S. BloomMDRCReport2010
6/23/10Improving Low Performing Schools: Lessons from Five Years of Studying School Restructuring under No Child Left BehindThe Center for Education PolicyReport2009
6/17/10McREL Reports for the Stupski Foundation's Learning SystemMcRELReport2009
6/17/10Systems DiagnosticsMcREL Report for the Stupski Foundation's...Report2009
6/17/10Student SupportsMcREL Report for the Stupski Foundation's...Report2009
6/17/10"Our Kids": Learning Needs of Urban Youth of ColorMcREL Report for the Stupski Foundation's...Report2009
6/17/10LeadershipReport2009
6/17/10College ReadinessMcREL Report for the Stupski Foundation's...Report2009
6/17/10PedagogyMcREL for the Stupski FoundationReport2009
6/17/10AssessmentMcREL for the Stupski FoundationReport2009
6/08/10Common Core State StandardsNGA Center and CCSSOReport2010
6/03/10Achieving Dramatic School Improvement: An Exploratory StudyDaniel K. Aladjem, Beatrice F. Birman, Martin Orland, Jenifer Harr-Robins, Alberto Heredia, Thomas B. Parrish, Stephen J. RuffiniWestEd and AIR for U.S. Dept...Report2010
6/02/10Evaluation of the Comprehensive School Reform Program Implementation and Outcomes: The Fifth-Year ReportMartin Orland, Amanda Hoffman, E. Sidney VaughnWestEd for U.S. Dept. EducationReport2010
6/02/10The Condition of Education 2010U.S. Dept of EducationReport2010
5/20/10The Economics of EducationGeorgia Partnership for Excellence in EducationReport2010
5/06/10Principles for a Comprehensive Assessment SystemAlliance for Excellent Education Policy BriefReport2010
5/06/10Is There a de Facto National Curriculum?: Evidence from State StandardsA. Porter, M. Polikoff, J. SmithsonPrepared for NRC WorkshopConference Paper2008
5/06/10How State and Federal Accountability Policies Have Influenced Curriculum and Instruction in Three States: Common Findings from Rhode Island, Illinois, and WashingtonCenter on Education PolicyReport2009
5/05/10Can Interim Assessments be Used for Instructional Change?Margaret E. Goertz, Leslie Nabors Olah, Matthew RigganCPREReport2009
4/19/10What Community College Developmental Mathematics Students Understand About MathematicsJames W. Stigler, Karen B. Givvin, Belinda J. ThompsonThe Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of...Report2010
4/14/10Digest of Education Statistics, 2009NCESReport2010
4/08/10National Impact Report: Math and Science Partnership ProgramDirectorate for Education and Human ResourcesNational Science FoundationReport2010
4/07/10Close the Hidden Funding Gaps in Our SchoolsDaria Hall, Natasha UshomirskyThe Education TrustReport2010
4/07/10Stuck Schools: A framework for identifying schools where students need change - now!Daria Hall, Natasha UshomirskyThe Education TrustReport2010
3/17/10Primary Sources: America's Teachers on America's SchoolsScholastic Inc. and the Bill & Melinda Gates...Report2010
3/17/10Teaching for a LivingAndrew L. YarrowLearning Point Assoc/Public AgendaReport2009
3/17/10Convergence and Contradictions in Teachers' Perceptions of Policy and Reform IdeasJane G. Coggshall, Amber Ott, Molly LasagnaLearning Point Assoc/Public AgendaReport2010
3/17/10A Blueprint for Reform: The Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education ActU.S. Dept. EducationReport2010
3/10/10The State of American BoyhoodJudith KleinfeldThe Boys ProjectPeer-Reviewed Article2009
3/10/10No Map to Manhood: Male and Female Mindsets Behind the College Gender GapJudith KleinfeldThe Boys ProjectPeer-Reviewed Article2009
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