Why Facts Don’t Matter to Peop...

Jun 25, 2020 by

Barry Brownstein Frustrated with COVID-19 restrictions on daily life, a friend said to me, “I just want to know the truth.” Like many...

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What Sweden Can Teach Us About...

May 20, 2020 by

Per Bylund – Sweden’s unique policy approach in this pandemic has been described as “freewheeling” in international news media,...

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Is Bernie Right about Educatio...

Mar 5, 2020 by

What explains the rising literacy rates and rising levels of educational achievements is also what explains the regime’s ability to...

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Project Talent: 60-year Study ...

May 16, 2019 by

Project Talent is the largest, most comprehensive study of high school students ever conducted in the United States. Launched in...

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How Much Should We Rely on Stu...

Nov 28, 2018 by

Questioning Standardized Tests as a Measure of Success? Dan Goldhaber & Umut Özek American Institutes for Research/CALDER CALDER...

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Performance Feedback for Teach...

Jan 19, 2017 by

Washington, D.C. – Classroom observations did not reliably identify individual teachers’ strengths and weaknesses, finds an American...

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Homeschooling Increases in the...

Nov 23, 2016 by

Washington, D.C.—Homeschooling in the United States increased between 1999 and 2012, although nearly 97 percent of the nation’s 56...

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Black and Hispanic Students Ha...

Sep 21, 2016 by

Washington, D.C. — Black and Hispanic students have cut their high school dropout rates and increased their rates of college...

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Study of the Alignment of the ...

Nov 19, 2015 by

Fran Stancavage – For more than four decades, the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) has provided the best...

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