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Today (by William Schmidt): The global relationship b/w classroom content and unequal educational outcomes bit.ly/1rB3UM0
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MSU Prof. William Schmidt discusses his research showing that persistently unequal outcomes are due in part to disadvantaged students' exposure to weaker content.
Recognizing that bias may help explain disparities in student disciplinary outcomes by race, sex and other subgroups is important, but requires caution.
In his final NY Times column in March 1997, Al Shanker discussed the role of democracy in public education.
Research suggests that teachers' social capital - their relationships, networks and collaboration - may be just as important as their human capital.
After years of receiving national attention for its test scores, DC Public Schools was forced to finally release actual test scores.
The recent tendency to use words like performance and effectiveness when referring to test-based statistical measures can potentially go too far.
Professors Kara Finnegan and Alan Daly discuss their research showing the importance of social relationships in implementing education policy.
Lisa Hansel of Core Knowledge Foundation discusses the danger in parents' denial that their kids lose academic ground over the summer.
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