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Millennials in US – A Stay-at-Home generation? 5/12/2014
Job Market Monitor
Love of learning is the new employability 5/8/2014
Times Higher Education
A forum will bring refreshing talk of stronger public schools 5/2/2014
Paving the road to higher education 5/1/2014
Milwakee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
Should Poor Performers Have Job Security? 4/30/2014
independent women's forum
Educational Goods: Values, Evidence and Decision-Making 4/25/2014
Universiteit van Amsterdam
The Key to 2014 4/24/2014
Real Clear Politics
Column: Barriers to generous teacher pay 4/24/2014
Orange County Register
Obamacare: Kill or Cure for Health Care Job Market? 4/17/2014
Yahoo Finance
Immigration and the Economic Revival of New York City 4/7/2014
American Society Council of the Americas
Milwaukee's week at the center of the education universe 4/5/2014
Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
Parental Choice Downside 4/4/2014
Education Week
Warren's Weekly: teacher pay and effectiveness, Affordable Care Act, more 4/1/2014
Rep. Harry Warren’s Newsletter from Raleigh 4/1/2014
Rowan Free Press
We Need Better Teachers 4/1/2014
Hoover Institution
SCHOOLS: Does teacher quality gap really exist? 3/31/2014
The News Tribune
Can Incentives Improve Performance of Public School Teachers? 3/31/2014
Cato at Liberty
Experts from the American Institutes for Research to Present at the Annual Association for Education Finance and Policy Conference 3/21/2014
PR Web
Obama's Incredibly Underwhelming Executive Orders 3/20/2014
National Journal
Kansas Courts Get it Right 3/19/2014
Education Next
Kids, learn your math 3/19/2014
The Star Phoenix
A Progress Report on the Common Core 3/18/2014
A Progress Report on the Common Core
Q&A: Teacher salaries and contracts 3/17/2014
Kansas Ruling Rolls Back Mandated Spending On Schools Read More At Investor's Business Daily: Follow 3/13/2014
Socioeconomic School Integration Is a Worthy Goal, but Racial Segregation Presents Added Challenges 3/12/2014
The Economics Policy Institute Blog
Obama pushes for more overtime pay 3/12/2014
Economic gap takes priority in Obama's 2015 budget 3/5/2014
Michael Podgursky, Ph.D., on the Minimum Wage 2/27/2014
Show-Me Institute
Strong Instruction in Language Skills Helps to Improve Other Grades 2/27/2014
KMBZ - Kansas City
Measuring Teacher Performance 2/27/2014
Growth Under the Haves, the Have-Nots, and the Have-Yachts 2/27/2014
Public, charter school collaboration in the future? 2/25/2014
The Herald Sun
Stanford research shows long-run benefit of English instruction 2/24/2014
Teens disappearing from U.S. workforce 2/23/2014
Inside Bay Area Business
Plan to boost pay scale focuses on teachers with less experience 2/17/2014
Winston Salem Journal
Highland sixth-graders' pass-fail rate fell 6.3% 2/16/2014
Increasing the Minimum Wage to $10.10 Will Make Low-Wage Workers and Their Families Better Off 2/14/2014
Economic Policy Institute
Choosing the Right Growth Measure 2/12/2014
Education Next
Faith-based prisons: ideas for more valid evaluations 2/12/2014
Washington Post
One good teacher can increase a student’s earnings by $50K 2/11/2014
Triangle Business Journal
Preschool is important, but it’s more important for poor children 2/9/2014
Washington Post
Biden to lead job-training effort 1/31/2014
Study Finds Rising Job Satisfaction And Autonomy Among Teachers 1/30/2014
Nichol: Improve education while increasing child poverty - an impossible NC strategy Read more here: 1/25/2014
Higher Grades Lead to Higher GDP 1/23/2014
Analysis Points to Growth in Per-Pupil Spending—and Disparities 1/22/2014
Education Week
In Education, Money Itself Is Not The Answer 1/22/2014
Show-Me Daily - News and Views on Missouri Public Policy
The Government's $11 Billion Jobs Program May Not Work 1/17/2014
Average Is Over 1/17/2014
Huffington Post Education
Do classroom walkthroughs lead to higher student achievement? 1/17/2014
David Figlio's Research Finds Infant Health Has Long-Term Impact on Education 1/15/2014
Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy
Should principals stop visiting classrooms? 1/8/2014
The Washington Post
Has the Federal Government Given Up on Solving the Jobs Crisis? 1/8/2014
Why the U.S. Results on PISA Matter 1/7/2014
The Vital Link of Education and Prosperity 12/28/2013
Study: No economy in the world rewards smart, skilled workers more than America’s 12/27/2013
American Enterprise Institute
Better teachers mean better education for your children 12/15/2013
Detroit Free Press
Labor Economists vs. Signaling 12/13/2013
Library of Economics and Liberty
Why recent moves to raise minimum wage are cause for concern 12/13/2013
Bill Clinton's Labor Economist Warns Against Big Minimum Wage Raises 12/10/2013
Huffington Post
How Seriously Should We Take Standardized Tests? 12/5/2013
The New York Times
Early learning programs are crucial 12/3/2013
The Sun
American 15-Year-Olds Lag, Mainly in Math, on International Standardized Tests 12/3/2013
The New York Times
Hungry Americans Less Productive as Budget Cuts Deepen: Economy 11/25/2013
Is Rising Teacher Quality Here to Stay? 11/19/2013
The Agenda
Is It Better to Have a Great Teacher or a Small Class? 11/19/2013
The Atlantic
To Boost Student Learning, Should Teacher Quality Trump Class Size? 11/19/2013
The Educated Reporter
Big day ahead for pre-K and higher ed — House hearing on financial aid 11/13/2013
Behind the headlines of teacher quality research 11/12/2013
Twin Cities Daily Planet
Interview with Dr. Hanushek 11/6/2013
Involuntary teacher transfers put better teachers with neediest students 11/6/2013
Gates Foundation Places Big Bet on Teacher Agenda 11/5/2013
Education Week
More of our best and brightest attracted to teaching 11/2/2013
The News Tribute
Employers Hold the Key to Better Career Training 11/1/2013
The New Media Journal
Are new teachers getting smarter? UW study finds increase in SAT scores, GPA 10/31/2013
Education Lab Blog
Starting Teacher SAT Scores Rise As Educators Face Tougher Evaluations 10/30/2013
The Huffington Post
Playing in the Right League 10/28/2013
The Huffington Post
Bloomberg's Education Plan Is Working: Don't Ditch It 10/22/2013
The Atlantic
Teach for America rises as political powerhouse 10/21/2013
The Quality of American Teachers Seems to be Getting Better 10/19/2013
Airing News
Study Finds Gains From Teacher Evaluations 10/17/2013
The New York Times
Study: Program in D.C. removed bad teachers 10/17/2013
USA Today
Study: D.C.’s teacher evaluation system affects workforce 10/17/2013
The Washington Post
Uncle Sam shouldn’t try to manage school staffing 10/14/2013
The Hill
To revive economy, Dayton reaching out to immigrants 10/14/2013
The Columbus Dispatch
Yellen has long focused on jobs, labor markets 10/13/2013
David Figlio Presents Child Development Research in Colombia 10/9/2013
Northwestern School of Education and Social Policy
Janet Yellen more experienced than Fed predecessors 10/9/2013
Eyewitness News
Tie teacher certification to classroom performance 10/2/2013
Focus on Learning, Not on Teaching 10/2/2013
The Wall Street Journal
A Conversation with Susanna Loeb 9/27/2013
Thompson: Goldhaber On The Future Of Research 9/25/2013
$1.4 Million Grant Funds TSP's Study of Teacher, Principal Quality 9/24/2013
UT Dallas News Center
Difficult Path to Prosperity Through Better Education 9/18/2013
The Wall Street Journal
This Chart Shows What An Incredible Difference A Good Teacher Can Make 9/16/2013
Endangering Intelligent Conversation: Comments on the Latest Hanushekian Crisis Manifesto 9/16/2013
School Finance 101
New Teach For America study: What it really proves 9/16/2013
The Washington Post
Janet Yellen at a crucial point in Fed’s future 9/14/2013
Providence Journal
What it’s like in school to have principal after principal 9/13/2013
Washington Post
Education and the Economy 9/12/2013
Scots511's Blog
Teacher Quality Research Over the Next Decade 9/12/2013
Peterson and Hanushek: The Vital Link of Education and Prosperity 9/11/2013
wall street journal
The Anti-School-Reform Canon 9/9/2013
National Review Online
The positive effect of eliminating statistical discrimination 9/7/2013
Who is entering the science teaching corps in Florida’s K-12 schools? 9/6/2013
Bridge to Tomorrow
Recent College Grads Share Tips for Landing a Job 9/4/2013
Jewish Woman Magazine
Collectively, Not a Bargain for America 8/29/2013
US News & World Reports
Hanushek on Education and Prosperity 8/26/2013
Library Economics Liberty
Teacher performance estimates: some facts 8/21/2013
Profit of Education
Obama's college cost push - Another Chief for Change becomes a former chief - Tennessee links student performance to teacher licensing 8/19/2013
When should teachers lose their licenses? 8/17/2013
Deseret News
Teachers Face License Loss 8/16/2013
The Wall Street Journal
Eric Hanushek on the Importance of Improving Teacher Quality 8/7/2013
Confessions of a Supply-Side Liberal
Does education lead to more innovation? 7/21/2013
Central office staffs: Do you miss them when they're gone? Should more go in APS? 7/21/2013
Evaluation of the DC Public Education Reform Amendment Act (PERAA) 7/15/2013
Office of the District of Columbia Auditor
IMMIGRATION: Study finds foreign-born increase home values 6/23/2013
An Exchange With Jonah Rockoff 6/20/2013
NPE News Briefs
How Immigrant Neighbors Make You Richer 6/20/2013
ABC News
How immigration could prop up the U.S. housing market 6/20/2013
The Washington Post
Tulane University
The economic case for sacking bad teachers 6/18/2013
The Spectator
To transform schools, sack bad teachers and hire great ones. It'll transform education - and the economy 6/15/2013
The Spectator
To transform schools, sack bad teachers and hire great ones. It’ll transform education – and the economy 6/14/2013
Schools Improvement Net
Education Quality & Economic Growth 6/12/2013
LETTER: Inequality is inescapable 6/11/2013
This truth unfortunately applies to many impoverished children in our public schools.
Valuing physics over P.E., Colorado schools test novel pay scale 6/10/2013
Chicago Tribune News
An Easy Reach across the Aisle on Education 6/4/2013
The Huffington Post
Camden, the Region’s Drug Market 6/3/2013
Rutgers Camden
Education, Land and Location: 8th Annual Land Policy Conference 5/30/2013
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
No Child Left Behind: Pass or fail? 5/30/2013
The Hill
Teachers and Sick Leave: A Proposal 5/26/2013
Duke professor Jacob Vigdor discusses the problems of having a policy for mathematics instruction that focuses resources only on those students who struggle with basic concepts 5/20/2013
Carolina Journal TV
Big-Time Sports: An Interview with Sanford School Professor Charles T. Clotfelter 5/16/2013
Chicago Policy Review
Does Value-Added Work Better in Elementary Than in Secondary Grades? 5/14/2013
Carnegie Knowledge Network
Duke Professor Jacob Vigdor discusses a key problem in American mathematics instruction 5/14/2013
Immigration: A history of concerns over assimilation 5/12/2013
The Press Enterprise
Charter schools more segregated than traditional public schools 5/10/2013
Immigration: Recession spurs rising assimilation rates 5/10/2013
The Press Enterprise
School response to accountability pressure: real or just gaming the numbers 5/8/2013
Profit for Education
Eric Hanushek delivers a lecture at Spain's Department of Education 5/6/2013
Spain's Department of Education, Culture and Sports
School grades' simplicity broadens impact 5/2/2013
Kennebec Journal
In other states, letter grades drastically affected communities 5/2/2013
Portland Press Herald
Class Acts 4/29/2013
Wall Street Journal
How arcane rules - not student achievement - drove No Child Left Behind 4/25/2013
The Washington Post
Research finds troubling teacher-assignment patterns within schools 4/25/2013
Stanford Graduate School of Education
Carnegie Knowledge Network Webinar with Dan Goldhaber and Susanna Loeb, May 8 4/24/2013
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Sports Enhance School Loyalty 4/22/2013
The New York Times
After the Mexican Influx 4/19/2013
National Review Online
School inequality hurts all kids 4/19/2013
The Kansas City Star
Manhattan Moment: Mexican immigration wave ended years ago 4/18/2013
The Examiner
The GOP's free-market reforms are aimed at public education 4/17/2013
The perils of a ‘private’ vision for NC schools 4/10/2013
Hoover fellows Eric Hanushek on Teacher Salaries and Efficiency in Schools 3/25/2013
Best and Worst Teachers Can Be Flagged Early, Says Study - Educators' rankings don't move much 3/22/2013
Education Week
Best and worst teachers can be spotted in first 2 years of teaching 3/19/2013
Deseret News
Eric Hanushek and Paul Peterson on the State of the Union in 2013 3/11/2013
Anticipating innovation in teacher evaluation systems: Lessons for researchers and policymakers 3/7/2013
American Enterprise Institute
Putting Every Educational Option on the Table 3/7/2013
Huffington Post
Best and Worst Teachers Can Be Flagged Early, Says Study 3/5/2013
Education Week
Hanushek Serves on Education Commission for a New Report on the Achievement Gap 2/26/2013
Hoover Institution - Stanford University
Economic segregation in education still persists 2/26/2013
Technician Oneline
A Tent City for Fun and Profit 2/23/2013
The New York Times
Susanna Loeb elected to National Academy of Education 2/20/2013
Graham: Mixed classes have not helped minorities 2/18/2013
Evanston Now
Civic Engagement Panel Features David Figlio, Cynthia Coburn, Matt Easterday 2/14/2013
Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy Newsletter
Summit for Innovative Education, Dr. Eric Hanushek - The Economic Imperative of Better Schools 2/5/2013
The Progressive Pulse
Economic segregation increases in N.C. schools 1/17/2013
Expert: More money might not fix Texas schools 1/16/2013
Expert: More money doesn't mean better schools 1/16/2013 -- Local NBC News Affiliate
Solving America’s Math Problem? 1/8/2013
Deseret News
Shift to Merit Scholarships Stirs Debate 12/19/2012
The Wall Street Journal
Can Public Education as We Know it Survive? 12/18/2012
Huffington Post
Expert: More school funding won't improve outcome 12/12/2012
Times Record News
Los Angeles teachers' evaluation victory bucks a trend 12/9/2012
LA Times
Quality of TX Teachers Dropping with Low Pay 12/7/2012
Education Week
Quality of Texas teachers dropping with low pay 12/4/2012
Do school closings knock students off course? 11/30/2012
Washington Post - Opinions
College football fans are devoted, right to the end: Opinion 11/30/2012
Duke Pursues Two-Pronged Online Education Strategy 11/27/2012
The Duke Chronical
Race and the Principal Pipeline 11/12/2012
Education Week
David Figlio - Pitfalls and Promise of School Choice and Accountability 11/1/2012
University of Florida - Bob Graham Center for Public Service
The presidential candidates on education: Stanford experts analyze the details 10/29/2012
Stanford News
School Leaders Matter 10/24/2012
Education Next
Solving America’s Math Problem 10/10/2012
Education Next
Class numbers matter... maybe 9/24/2012
Herald Magazine
Does It Matter How We Measure Schools’ Test-Based Performance? 9/20/2012
National Education Policy Center
What The Chicago Strike Taught Teachers Unions 9/19/2012
NPR's Talk of the Nation
Study Weighs Pros, Cons of Teacher Turnover 9/18/2012
Education Week
New Studies Dissect School Turnarounds 9/18/2012
Education Week
Union Rhetoric Falls Short 9/18/2012
Columbia Daily Tribune
THE CHOICE: Break Down Of President Barack Obama & Mitt Romney’s Early Childhood Education Plans 9/18/2012
Teacher Evaluation Dispute Echoes Beyond Chicago 9/14/2012
Behind the Chicago Teachers’ Strike: Why Talks Must Be Made Public 9/11/2012
An Interview with Jacob Vigdor: What are they REALLY striking about in Chicago? 9/11/2012
Rick Santorum says stay in school, work hard, wait to have kids, and you’ll avoid poverty. It’s not that simple. 8/30/2012
Report cards going out to schools this year as reform takes effect 8/27/2012
The Chippewa Herald
Is there no link between spending more on schools and improved student performance? 8/27/2012
Valley school districts struggle to retain teachers 8/17/2012
The Arizona Republic
Young illegal immigrants will be eligible for California driver's licenses 8/16/2012
Can Value-Added Be Applied to Teacher Preparation? Scholars Weigh In 8/9/2012
Education Week
Expert: Teachers unions can help 'build a better car' to improve schools, increase salaries 8/9/2012 -- Michigan Newspaper
Does Your Job Really Require Algebra? 8/8/2012
Income segregation rising in rapidly changing cities 8/1/2012
Principals Drop Ball on Teacher Retention, Study Says 7/30/2012
Education Week
Paul Peterson & Eric Hanushek on International Achievement in Education 7/27/2012
Center For Education Policy Analysis --Stanford
An Interview with Helen F. Ladd, Duke Sanford School of Public Policy 7/26/2012
What We’ve Learned About Learning 7/26/2012
Harvard Kennedy School
Does teacher merit pay work? A new study says yes. 7/23/2012
Washington Post WonkBlog
The statistics of algebra 7/23/2012
Profit of Education
The California Student Lockout 7/23/2012
Eric Hanushek : Fewer school days is the worst of budget options for California 7/20/2012
Mercury News
Can Effective Teaching Transfer Across Schools? 7/20/2012
Education Week
“You Will Never Be From Southie”: Debate Over Gentrification Heats Up Online 7/18/2012
Study: Iowa test scores fail to keep pace with other states 7/16/2012
Des Moines Register
Culture of Complacency 7/13/2012
Inside Higher Ed
Is the US Catching Up? 7/12/2012
Education Next
Allowing local schools to make more decisions may work in developed countries but is questionable in developing countries 7/10/2012
Footsteps Worth Following 7/6/2012
Institute for Policy Research
Prof. Charles Clotfelter @ AERA 7/4/2012
After playoff, what’s left to reform in big-time college sports? 7/1/2012
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
State suffers by not keeping pace 7/1/2012
Columbia Daily Tribune
Education, Land and Location: 8th Annual Land Policy Conference June 2-4, 2013 6/30/2012
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Three Friday Teacher Articles – And An Edujob 6/29/2012
State poised to enter a legal danger zone 6/28/2012
Start Tribune
With U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Arizona law, N.C. House panel set to work on immigration bill 6/25/2012
Winston-Salem Journal
Is ‘surfeading’ enough? 6/23/2012
Inquirer News
Rough Days in Court for Defense Experts 6/22/2012
Kansas Education Policy Report
A history teacher's brilliant idea 6/21/2012
Greater autonomy for schools leads to better academic results 6/15/2012
Sydney Morning Herald
Is teacher churn undermining real education reform in D.C.? 6/15/2012
Washington Post
Vouchers Unspoken, Romney Hails School Choice 6/11/2012
The New York Times
Catholic schools at a crossroads 6/3/2012
Koch influence present in school lawsuit 6/2/2012
Education finance system fails to promote achievement 6/1/2012
The Benefits of School Choice for Poor Children 5/31/2012
TEDxEvanston - David Figlio - How Do I Know if my Child's School is Any Good 5/29/2012
Outcome Based Education hamstrings our educators 5/27/2012
Kennebec Journal
'Big Joe' Clark: Problem isn't the cost of education, but its quality 5/26/2012
The Herald Bulletin
Thoughts on Alternatives to Class Size Reduction 5/26/2012
National Review Online
Tom Bloch and Eric Hanushek: What Works in Urban Education - January 22, 2009 5/25/2012
Jacob Vigdor on North Carolina Becoming a Social Issues Bellwether. 5/24/2012
Education quality and economic growth 5/24/2012
Hoover Insitute
Focus on Better Education Instead 5/20/2012
The New York Times
Wisconsin proposal for education waiver found lacking 5/15/2012
Is the Common Core just a distraction? 5/15/2012
Hoover Institution
The Number of Ph.D.s on Public Aid Triples in U.S. 5/15/2012
Jacob Vigdor on North Carolina Becoming a Social Issues Bellwether 5/15/2012
What value-added models can—and can’t—tell us about teaching and learning 5/15/2012
Eric Hanushek, "Can We Improve Urban Schools?" - 1/22/2009 5/14/2012
Great Teaching 4/26/2012
Studies Question Value of Early Algebra Lessons 4/20/2012
New York Teacher Ratings Renew Evaluation Debate 4/14/2012
Critics roll out the usual claim that education funding is unfair 4/12/2012
Economics professor Charles T. Clotfelter discusses the big issues in big-time sports 4/12/2012
When it comes to quality education, it's the principal of the thing 4/11/2012
Poverty Matters, And So Does Money 4/5/2012
Still Unequal, Less Separate 4/5/2012
Where Teachers Are Replaceable Widgets, Education Suffers 4/3/2012
Conservative Economists to Highlight State’s Witness List 4/2/2012
Kansas Education Policy Report
Where does Mega Millions Money Go After the Jackpot? 4/2/2012
Teaching Beyond the Test 3/30/2012
Columbia Business School feature
Misplaced Optimism and Weighted Funding 3/29/2012
Lesson From Louisiana and Other Research 3/28/2012
Education News - Colorado
GOP Candidates Push Higher Ed Cuts 3/27/2012
The Chronicle
In Florida, Vouchers Bring Modest Improvement to Public Education 3/26/2012
WRFK 89.3 --
Teacher Turnover Affects All Students' Achievement, Study Indicates 3/21/2012
Education Week - Teacher Beat
Richmond County School Board Approves Larger Class Sizes 3/20/2012
The Augusta Chronicle
Does Choice Cost Traditional Public Schools Money? 3/20/2012
Education Week
Professor Eric Hanushek: Using Evidence to Improve Education-13.03.2012 3/19/2012
Don't Discount Value of Ongoing High-Stakes Student Assessment 3/17/2012
Will Local Autonomy Improve Public Schools 3/17/2012
Brisbane Times
March Madness and Productivity: The Real Story 3/16/2012
Harvard Business Review Blog
Georgia Lottery Players are Suckers Spending Most for Least 3/16/2012
San Francisco Chronicle
Many Teacher Pension Funds are Underfunded, Analysis Finds 3/16/2012
Education Week
Ed Schools and VAM: Not so Easy 3/14/2012
Profit of Education
Smaller Classes Don't Necessarily Make a Difference 3/12/2012
The Globe and Mail
Positive Assortative Teaching 3/12/2012
Chicago Policy Review
Fla. Teacher Training Routes Vary in Effectiveness, Study Shows 3/5/2012
Teacher Beat, Education Week
Duke Researcher to Field Questions at Highland School Board meeting tonight 3/5/2012
Take it in eighth grade? Some factors in the equation 3/2/2012
Eric Hanushek on the "teacher effectiveness gap" 3/1/2012
Education Gadfly Daily
The "Teacher Effectivenss Gap" Was Just a Myth: 3 Implications 2/28/2012
Huffington Post
Study: Good Principals Make a Difference in High Poverty Schools 2/28/2012
Education Week
Protect Effective Educators: Rethink 'Last in, First Out' 2/24/2012
The Seattle Times
Post-natal remorse: How 54 per cent of parents go off their child's name 2/22/2012
Why Math Matters 2/21/2012
Front Page Magazine
End College Sports Indentured Servitude: Pay "Student Athletes" 2/21/2012
BookTV: Charles Clotfelter, "Big-Time Sports in American Universities" 2/13/2012
Mentoring Pays Off for Salem-Keizer Teachers 2/12/2012
Research Center to Scour States’ Data Troves 2/10/2012
Education Week
Scrutiny Heightens for ‘Value Added’ Research Methods 2/10/2012
Education Week
Pension-Induced Rigidities in the Labor Market for School Leaders 2/9/2012
Education Gadfly Weekly
Principals Matter: School Leaders Can Drive Student Learning 2/6/2012
Math Instruction, Teacher Preparation, and the Common Core State Standards 2/1/2012
Report Suggests 'End of the Segregated Century' 2/1/2012
Study Finds Black Segregation Lowest in Century 1/31/2012
From the National Center for Educational Research (NCER): An Interview with Jane Hannaway, Director of CALDER 1/30/2012
10 Years of No Child Left Behind Seen as Impediment by Many Local Educators 1/9/2012
Big Study Links Good Teachers to Lasting Gain 1/6/2012
In Washington, Large Rewards in Teacher Pay 1/3/2012
Intended and Unintended Consequences of School Accountability 12/20/2011
@fordschool --
News from Educational Policy Studies: Sara Goldrick-Rab and Doug Harris Examine Effects of Need-Based Grant for WI Students 12/20/2011
University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Education
CALDER Researcher Helen (Sunny) Ladd's APPAM Presidential Address cited in Washington Post article; Ravitch: What Scrooge might think of modern school reform 12/15/2011
Class Matters. Why Won't We Admit It? 12/12/2011
Raising Job Quality and Skills for American Workers: Creating More-Effective Education and Workforce Development Systems in the States 12/1/2011
Grinding the Antitesting Ax 11/21/2011
Lifting Student Achievement By Weeding Out Harmful Teachers 10/31/2011
States' Teacher-Evaluation Policies Are A-Changin' 10/26/2011
ProComp Findings Positive, Tough to Prove 10/19/2011
Student progress can be tied to teacher's school 10/15/2011
Associated Press
Do Education Schools Give Too Many 'A's? 6/10/2011
The worth of children's programs 6/7/2011
The NRC Judges Test-Based Accountability 6/3/2011
NCTQ Newsletter 6/2/2011
CPS has reform model in New Haven 5/21/2011
Better Teachers 4/21/2011
Time Magazine
Teach for America comes to Kentucky 4/7/2011
The Kentucky Enquirer
Big changes in K-12 education needed, speakers at UC say 10/29/2009
Race to the Top 9/11/2009
Education Week
New-School Education 8/31/2009
The Charlotte Post
NCLB Impacts 8/25/2009
Education Week
Teach for America is Working for Students 8/21/2009
Las Vegas Sun
The new world of NCLB, testing and charter schools 8/17/2009
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Studies Weigh NCLB's Broad Impact 8/13/2009
Education Week
Professors Grade Education Law 8/12/2009
Medill Reports
Teach For America a boon for CMS, N.C. students, too 7/22/2009
The Charlotte Observer
Charter Schools Gain in Stimulus Scramble 7/17/2009
The Wall Street Journal
Study: Achievement gap narrows between black, white students 7/16/2009
Teaching program selects 18 students to serve in rural and urban schools 7/15/2009
The Kentucky Kernel
Can Teach for America help DISD? 6/23/2009
The Dallas Morning News
Teach for America is setting up in the Twin Cities 6/23/2009
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Performance-Based Funding 6/8/2009
Education Week
Schools get rich talent in return for flexibility 6/6/2009
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Researchers need more data to show what works and why 6/4/2009
Catalyst Chicago
NEA questions objectivity of TFA study 5/29/2009
Education Week
City Wants to expand 'Teach for America' Program 5/25/2009
Baltimore Sun
Teach for America is Growing, but Union-influenced Policies Keep it from Doing More 5/22/2009
World Magazine
Some Retiring Teachers Get Huge Bonuses: Payments can amount to 50% of annual pay 5/2/2009
The Observer-Dispatch
Work to Offset Loss of School Vouchers 4/28/2009
The Ledger
Poor Neighborhoods, Untested Teachers: Many of D.C. Region's Low-Income Areas in a Cycle of Inexperience 4/27/2009
The Washington Post
Teach for America: Group is changing lives, creating opportunities 4/26/2009
Tulsa World
Teach for (Some of) America: Too talented for public schools 4/25/2009
The Wall Street Journal
Teach for America impact studied 4/23/2009
Philanthropy Journal
Scholars Size Up Outlook for Federal Research Funds: Advice shared at AERA on partnering with states and districts on projects 4/21/2009
Education Week
The Union War on Charter Schools 4/16/2009
The Wall Street Journal
The Teach-For-America Boost — Redux 4/7/2009
Education Week
Researchers Examine Contracts' Effects on Policy Issues 4/6/2009
Education Week
Hub teachers reject public service corps 4/3/2009
The Boston Globe
Detention Threat: Classy Charter in Teacher Trouble 3/24/2009
The New York Post
Teach For America Makes 3-Year Commitment to MPS 2/27/2009
Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
Mass Teacher Layoffs + Seniority Rules = Bad News for Kids 2/4/2009
New York Daily News
Student-Achievement Data in Tenure Decisions 1/22/2009
Education Week
Florida's School Strategy a Success 1/15/2009
The Washington Times
Teach for America Keeps Growing 12/16/2008
Philanthropy Journal
High-Quality Education for Every Child is Achievable 12/10/2008
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Researchers Pitch Policy Ideas as Power Shifts in Capital 11/19/2008
Education Week
New Number-Crunching Links Teachers to Test Scores 10/6/2008
Amazing Teacher Facts 6/14/2008
The Wall Street Journal
Utility of Growth Models Hindered by Proficiency Deadline: Experts Say Value-Added Analysis Could Inform Differentiated Consequences 6/6/2008
Education Daily
New Uses Explored for ‘Value Added’ Data 5/28/2008
Education Week
Teach for America 5/16/2008
The New York Times
Huge Databases Offer a Research Gold Mine -- and Privacy Worries 5/9/2008
The Chronicle of Higher Education
School Choice – Now More Than Ever 4/5/2008
The Wall Street Journal
A good grade for Teach for America 4/4/2008
The Christian Science Monitor
High School Studies Eye Role of Charter Status, Teachers 4/2/2008
Education Week
Data Yield Clues to Effectiveness 1/10/2008
Education Week
Studies Mixed on National Certification for Teachers 3/7/2007
Education Week
ED Invests $10M in Centralized Student Data Center 9/1/2006
eSchool News


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