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4/13/05District Case Studies Evaluation DesignWilliam CluneWorking PaperArticle2005
4/11/05Working Paper: Challenging Courses and Curricula - PedagogyMSP Learning Network Conference ParticipantsWorking PaperWorking Paper2005
4/07/05The Signature Pedagogies of the Professions of Law, Medicine, Engineering, and the Clergy: Potential Lessons for the Education of TeachersProfessor Lee Shulman, President, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of TeachingUnpublished LectureArticle2005
4/07/05Expanding the Reach of Education Reforms: What Have We Learned About Scaling Up Educational Interventions?Thomas Keith Glennan, Susan J. Bodilly, Jolene Rae Galegher, Kerri A. KerrRAND Research BriefReport2004
4/07/05Sharing the wealth: National Board Certified Teachers and the students who need them mostD. C. Humphrey, J. E. Koppich, H. J. HoughEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2005
4/07/05Developing a Strategic Research and Development Program in Mathematics EducationRAND Mathematics Study Panel, Deborah Loewenberg Ball, ChairRAND Research BriefArticle2003
3/30/05As Test Date Looms, Educators Renewing Emphasis on ScienceSean CavanaghEd WeekArticle2005
3/29/05Qualified Teachers for At-Risk Schools: A National ImperativeNational Partnership for Teaching in At-Risk SchoolsNational Partnership for Teaching in At-Risk SchoolsReport2005
3/22/05Effects of Top-Down and Bottom-Up Elementary School Standards Reform in an Underperforming California DistrictBryce Mason, DeWayne A. Mason, Memo Mendez, Gregg Nelsen, Russ OrwigThe Elementary School JournalArticle2005
3/18/05Open to the Public, Speaking Out on "No Child Left Behind": A Summary of Nine HearingsSponsored by Public Education Network, Local PEN members, and Other Partner OrganizationsPENArticle2004
3/16/05Effects of Teachers' Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching on Student AchievementHeather C. Hill, Brian Rowan, Deborah Loewenberg BallAmerican Educational Research JournalPeer-Reviewed Article2005
3/16/05Eight Questions on Teacher Preparation: What Does the Research Say?Michael AllenECS, US Dept. Ed.Article2003
3/16/05No Time To Waste: The Vital Role of College and University Leaders in Improving Science and Mathematics EducationTed SandersECS, US Dept. Ed.Article2004
3/09/05Evaluating Professional Development: An Approach to Verifying Program Impact on Teachers and StudentsSteven H. Shaha, Valerie K. Lewis, Tamara J. O'Donnell, Diana H. BrownJRPL, NSDCPeer-Reviewed Article2004
3/07/05Elements of Computational Science and Engineering EducationOsman YasarSIAM ReviewPeer-Reviewed Article2003
3/07/05The Challenge of Constructivist TeachingGeorge HeinBook Chapter2002
3/02/05Advancing Scientific Research in EducationLisa Towne, Lauress Wise, Tina Winters, Committee on Research in Education, National Research CouncilNRCBook2004
2/24/05One-Third of a Nation: Rising Dropout Rates and Declining OpportunitiesPaul E. BartonETS Policy Information CenterReport2005
2/24/05Introduction: Implications of the Scientific Research in Education Report for Qualitative InquiryPatti Lather, Pamela A. MossTCRecordPeer-Reviewed Article2005
2/24/05Staking Out the Successful StudentChristopher BrownEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2005
2/24/05Factors Affecting the Impact of Professional Development Programs on Teachers' Knowledge, Practice, Student Outcomes & EfficacyLawrence Ingvarson, Marion Meiers, Adrian BeavsEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2005
2/17/05Can Professional Development Programs Help Close the Achievement Gap?C. Jayne Brahler, William L. Bainbridge, Margaret StevensERS SPECTRUMArticle2005
2/17/05Supermath: An Alternative Approach to Improving Math Performance in Grades 4 Through 9Stanley PogrowPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2004
2/15/05Is Resistance to Change Really the Problem?Dennis SparksThe Developer, NSDCArticle1997
2/03/05It's Not Just About the NumbersErica N. Walker, Alexander P. KarpEd WeekArticle2005
2/03/05Education and the Economy: Our School Performance MattersEric A. HanushekEd WeekArticle2005
2/03/05Education and the Economy: If We're So Dumb, Why Are We So Rich?Anthony P. CarnevaleEd WeekArticle2005
2/03/05Education's 'Groundhog day'Gerald W. BraceyEd WeekArticle2005
2/02/05Teaching-Research and Design Experiment -- two methodologies of integrating research and classroom practicePrabhu CzarnochaArticle
1/31/05Teaching to the TestLloyd BondCarnegie PerspectivesArticle2004
1/29/05Implementing Comprehensive Multifaceted Professional Development:Lessons Learned from University and K-12 PartnershipsPaul Kehle, Dan MakiIndiana UniversityArticle2005
1/29/05Design and Implementation of Linking Courses: Connecting College Mathematics with High School Mathematics for Pre-service TeachersPaul Kehle, Dan Maki, Anderson Norton, Dale NowlinIndiana UniversityArticle2005
1/19/05Quality Counts 2005: No Small Change, Targeting Money Toward Student PerformanceEd WeekArticle2005
1/19/05How Students Learn: History, Mathematics, and Science in the ClassroomM. Suzanne Donovan, John D. BransfordNRC/National AcademiesBook2005
1/12/05State Testing and Inquiry Based Science: Are They Complementary or Competing Reforms?Joni Falk, Brian DraytonJournal of Educational ChangePeer-Reviewed Article2004
1/11/05Inside Teacher Community: Representations of Classroom PracticeJudith Warren LittleTCRPeer-Reviewed Article2003
1/11/05National Educational Technology PlanU.S. Dept. Ed. Office of the SecretaryU.S. Dept. Ed.Report2004
1/05/05Data on Enacted Curriculum Study: Summary of FindingsRolf K. BlankCCSSOReport2004
1/04/05Poor Math Scores on World Stage Trouble U.S.Sean CavanaghEd WeekArticle2005
1/03/05Closing the Gap: High Achievement for Students of ColorChris ZurawskyAERA Research PointsArticle2004
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