The State of Teacher Diversity Executive Summary
Written on September 16, 2015
Written on June 22, 2015
A review of the high quality evidence on the "Florida Formula for education success," a package of policies put in place during the late 1990s and 2000s, which focus generally on test-based accountability, competition, and choice.
Written on February 1, 2015
This curated collection of essays for early childhood educators and others examines the research on increasing young children's language, knowledge, and reading comprehension.
Written on December 4, 2013
This report chronicles Al Shanker’s contributions in the international arena. It documents Shanker's many international endeavors to support democracy and workers’ rights and records the living memories of those who worked with him.
Written on November 12, 2012
A detailed analysis of spending by the major Charter Management Organizations in three states.
Written on December 11, 2011
Charter schools are among the most controversial issues in education today, with much of the debate focused on whether they produce better testing results than comparable regular public schools.
Written on July 2, 2010
The study conducted by the Institute in cooperation with the American Labor Studies Center (ALSC) makes the argument that labor history is central to an accurate depiction of U.S. history and argues that a fuller, more balanced depiction of U.S.
Written on June 2, 2010
A resource for American teachers and students on the turbulent events taking place in many Islamic countries.
Written on October 10, 2009
Preschool Curriculum is an accessible research synthesis of how and how much young children learn in the academic domains of oral language, literacy, mathematics, and science.
Written on March 2, 2008
This publication tells the stories of workers, in their own words, as they protest for a redress of greivances — usually in defiance of their employers, government authorities, the official union, and threats of violence and imprisonment.