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The latest in education research news:

  • Extra Benefits Tied to Extracurriculars. Students who take part in extracurricular activities generally do better in high school, and even beyond, than those who don't, according to an ongoing long-term study.
  • Wis. Researchers Question Findings on Class Sizes.
    The national debate over the wisdom of shrinking class sizes is erupting in microcosm in Wisconsin.
  • In Short.
    Two studies show that test scores of students taught by teachers with probationary or emergency credentials improved as much as those of other students.

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