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School discipline has been a major education policy focus this year. Two recent studies suggest that there are proven strategies that can work.
Over the past three months, teachers in China, protesting low pay and pension uncertainty, have engaged in at least 30 strikes.
MSU Professor Ken Frank discusses his constitution for effective school governance, designed to facilitate coordination and cooperation among teachers.
Recent research suggests that the sports teams with the most superstars don't always perform the best. Is this true in education?
MSU Professor William Schmidt explains why nations' results can differ on PISA and TIMSS, the two major international tests, and whether this matters.
An analysis of Polish panel data addresses the question of whether tax preferences changes over time with income, education and employment.
A look at the latest results of the DC charter school rating system, and whether they support the claims of charter supporters.
To what extent are dispositions such as motivation, persistence and engagement, mediated by social relationships and social-relational context?
How Do We Get Experienced, Accomplished Teachers Into High Need Schools?
October 8, 2014
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A New Social Compact for American Education: Fixing Our Broken Accountability System
Sept. 10, 2014
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President, Washington Teachers Union
Sept. 25, 2014
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"The Chinese Labor Movement: Which Way Forward"
For Immediate Release August 24, 1999 For American Students to Measure Up, U.S. Schools Must Close a “Teaching Gap”, New Book Challenges WASHINGTON – August 24, 1999 – What will it take for American students to meet the new standards for excellence states are setting? The answer, which has become a focal point for education [...]