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1/18/04Hands-on Science and Student AchievementAllen RubyRANDReport2002
6/13/07Has Student Achievement Increased Since No Child Left Behind?Center on Education PolicyReport2007
10/16/08High-Achieving Students in the Era of No Child Left BehindTom LovelessThomas B. Fordham InstituteReport2008
9/07/05High Hopes: How High Schools Respond to State Accountability PoliciesBethany Gross, Margaret GoertzCPREReport2005
12/21/10High School Dropout, Graduation, and Completion Rates: Better Data, Better Measures, Better DecisionRobert M. Hauser, Judith Anderson KoenigNational Research Council and National Academy of...Report2010
11/22/11High School Longitudinal Study of 2009 (HSLS:09): A First Look at Fall 2009 Ninth-Graders' Parents, Teachers, School Counselors, and School AdministratorsLaura F. LoGerfo, Elise M. Christopher, Kristin Denton FlanaganThe National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)Report2011
1/18/06High-Stakes Testing and Student Achievement: Does Accountability Pressure Increase Student Learning?Sharon L. Nichols, Gene V. GlassEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2006
9/27/05High-Stakes Testing and Student Achievement: Problems for the No Child Left Behind ActSharon L. Nichols, Gene V. Glass, David C. BerlinerEducation Policy Studies LaboratoryArticle2005
1/10/04High-Stakes Tests Lead Debate At Researchers' GatheringDebra ViaderoEd. WeekArticle2000
5/17/05Holding High Hopes: How High Schools Respond to State Accountability PoliciesMargaret E. Goertz and Diane MassellCPREReport2005
12/21/05HOTS Revisited: A Thinking Development Approach To Reducing the Learning Gap After Grade 3Stanley PogrowPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2005
9/20/12How California's Local Education Agencies Evaluate Teachers and PrincipalsMelissa Eiler White, Reino Makkonen, Scott Vince, Jerry BaileyInstitute of Educational SciencesReport2012
1/14/14How Does a Value-Added Model Compare to the Colorado Growth Model?Elias Walsh, Eric IsenbergMathematica Policy ResearchWorking Paper2013
2/07/07How Large Are Teacher Effects?Barbara Nye, Spyros Konstantopoulos, Larry V. HedgesInstitute for the Study of Labor (IZA)Report2003
5/16/13How Stable are Value-Added Estimates across Years, Subjects, and Student Groups?Susanna Loeb, Christopher A. CandelariaCarnegie FoundationReport2012
10/05/06How Valid Are Self-Report Survey Data Obtained from School District Personnel?Cindy Walker, Tom Schmitt, Tamara B. MillerMSP Evaluation Summit IIWorking Paper2006
1/24/07Hugging the Middle: Teaching in an Era of Testing and Accountability, 1980-2005Larry CubanEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2007
1/06/04The Human Cost of Over-Reliance on TestsAdria SteinbergEd. LetterArticle1999
9/15/04Identifying And Implementing Educational Practices Supported By Rigorous Evidence: A User Friendly GuideCoalition for Evidence-Based PolicyInstitute of Education Sciences, US Dept. of...Article2003
1/17/18The Impact of Inclusive STEM High Schools on Student AchievementJennifer Gnagey, Stephane LavertuAERA OpenPeer-Reviewed Article2016
10/31/12The Impact of Induction and Mentoring Programs for Beginning Teachers: A Critical Review of the ResearchRichard Ingersoll, Michael J. StrongReview of Education ResearchPeer-Reviewed Article2011
5/17/05The Impact of the No Child Left Behind Act on Student Achievement and Growth: 2005 EditionJohn Cronin, G. Gage Kingsbury, Martha S. McCall, Branin BoweNWEA Research ReportReport2005
1/06/04Improving America's Schools: State Assessment SystemsU.S. Department of EducationED OnlineArticle1996
4/08/09Improving Impact Studies of Teachers' Professional Development: Toward Better Conceptualizations and MeasuresLaura M. DesimoneEducational ResearcherPeer-Reviewed Article2009
6/23/10Improving Low Performing Schools: Lessons from Five Years of Studying School Restructuring under No Child Left BehindThe Center for Education PolicyReport2009
5/27/09Improving Low-Performing Schools through External Assistance: Lessons from Chicago and CaliforniaKara S. Finnigan, Catherine Bitter, Jennifer O'DayEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2009
6/25/15Improving Outcome Measures Other Than AchievementKristin Anderson Moore, Laura Lippman, Renee RybergNational Academy of EducationCommissioned Workshop Paper2014
8/10/04The Influence of Socioeconomic Factors on Kentucky's Public School Accountability System: Does Poverty Impact School Effectiveness?Robert LyonsEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2004
5/17/06The Influence of Standards on K-12 Teaching and Student Learning: A Research SynthesisPatricia A. Lauer, David Snow, Mya Martin-Glenn, Rebecca J. Van Buhler, Kristen Stoutmeyer, Ravay Snow-RennerMcRELReport2006
1/10/04Inquiry-Minded Schools: Opening Doors for AccountabilitySharon F. Rallis, Margaret M. MacMullenPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2000
2/05/13In Search of Leading Indicators in EducationJonathan Supovitz, Ellen Foley, Jacob MishookEducation Policy Analysis ArchivesPeer-Reviewed Article2012
1/08/04Inside the Black Box: Raising StandardsPaul Black, Dylan WiliamPDKPeer-Reviewed Article1998
10/09/14Instructional Alignment as a Measure of Teaching QualityMorgan S. Polikoff, Andrew C. PorterEducation Evaluation and Policy AnalysisPeer-Reviewed Article2014
4/02/08Instructional Time in Elementary Schools: A Closer Look at Changes for Specific SubjectsJennifer McMurrerCenter on Education PolicyReport2008
1/25/06Integrating Curriculum Guides, Quarterly Benchmark Assessments, and Professional Development to Improve Student Learning in MathematicsKarajean Hyde, Virginia Mann, Carlos Manrique, Therese ShanahanMSP Evaluation SummitWorking Paper2005
1/04/12Intermediate Trends in Math and Science Partnership-Related Changes in Student Achievement with Management Information System DataD. DimitrovJournal of Educational Research and Policy StudiesPeer-Reviewed Article2009
12/11/14International Education Comparisons: How American Education Reform Is the New Status QuoRandi WeingartenNew England Journal of Public PolicyArticle2014
1/12/04An Interview with Harold Hodgkinson: Demographics -- Ignore Them at Your PerilMark F. GoldbergPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2000
9/14/16The Invisible Schism: Teachers' And Administrators' Differing Perceptions Of Education ReformsSarah Melvoin BridichEducation Policy Analysis ArchivesPeer-Reviewed Article2016
7/23/09Is There a Plateau Effect in Test ScoresCenter on Education PolicyArticle2009
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