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Common-core test outcomes should serve as indicators for assessing student needs, argue Joshua Starr and Elaine Weiss.
Shifting demographics and economic interests are transforming views on multilingual education around the country.
By the end of 2nd grade and into 3rd, children who enrolled in Tennessee's publicly funded program were lagging behind their peers who didn't attend preschool.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan would like to see states and local governments repurpose some of the money they spend on incarceration and pour it into salaries for educators.
Teachers should embrace the idea of students choosing their own books, even if they are too hard, Barbara C. Wheatley says.
In San Francisco, two simple communication strategies are narrowing the achievement gap, write Richard Carranza, Susanna Loeb, and Benjamin York.
Parents and students must join forces to contribute to the civic development of young people, writes Michael McDevitt.
Crucial for assuring that school inclusion takes place for students with disabilities, these workers have long been left out of the loop on professional development.
Two studies find that achievement gaps within schools account for more of the overall academic disparities among students of different races or economic backgrounds than do gaps between schools.
The largest of the common-core adoption states is poised to approve 25 of the 29 materials submitted by publishers.