Published Online: November 17, 2009

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Researchers Explore Teens, Parents, Schools

Information about Families, Schools and the Adolescent is found here

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Comprehensive Sex Education Backed by Evidence, Medical Panel Concludes

"Prevention of HIV/AIDS, Other STIs, and Pregnancy: Group-Based Comprehensive Risk Reduction Interventions for Adolescents" and "Prevention of HIV/AIDS, Other STIs, and Pregnancy: Group-Based Abstinence Education Interventions for Adolescents" is from the Task Force on Community and Preventive Services

Gifted Education

"The State of the States in Gifted Education" was prepared by the National Association for Gifted Children in conjunction with Center for Gifted Education at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock

Autism and Handwriting

"Children With Autism Show Specific Handwriting Impairments" was published in Neurology and is from the Kennedy Krieger Institute

Stereotype Awareness

"Developmental Antecedents and Social and Academic Consesquences of Stereotype-Consciousness in Middle Childhood" appeared in Child Development

Career and Technical Education

"Multiple Pathways in California: An Emerging Option for High School Reform" is from EdSource

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States are Lagging on Innovation Front, New Score Card Says

"Leaders and Laggards" can be found here

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Study of Harlem Children's Zone Finds Achievement Gaps Closing

"Are High Quality Schools Enough to Close the Achievement Gap? Evidence from a Social Experiment in Harlem" is from the National Bureau of Economic Research

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Rules Issued for State Fiscal Stabilization Aid, Round 2

The "Application for Initial Funding under the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund Program" can be found hereRequires Adobe Acrobat Reader

Vol. 29, Issue 12

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