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Studies Probe 'Ecology' of Bullying

"What Can Be Done About School Bullying" is published in a special issue of Educational Researcher.

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New Graduates Face Slim Job Prospects

"The Class of 2010: Economic Prospects for Young Adults in the Recession" is from the Economic Policy Institute.

Reinventing Central Office

"Central Office Transformation of Districtwide Teaching and Learning"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader was commissioned by the Wallace Foundation of New York City.

Engaging Teens and Tweens

"Engaging Older Youth: Program and City-Level Strategies to Support Sustained Participation in Out-of-School Time"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is by the Harvard Family Research Project.

Charter Schools

"Out of the Debate and Into the Schools: Comparing Practices and Strategies in Traditional, Pilot and Charter Schools in Boston"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is by the Boston Foundation.

General Educational Development Credential

"Hispanics, High School Dropouts and the GED" is by the Pew Hispanic Center.

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Education Attainment Rises for Americans Across Race, Ethnicity

"The State of Metropolitan America: Educational Attainment " is from the Brookings Institution.

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Few States Meeting Goals of NCLB for English-Learners

"Title III Policy: State of the States"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader, Title III Accountability: Behind the NumbersRequires Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Title II Accountability and District Improvement Efforts: A Closer LookRequires Adobe Acrobat Reader are from the American Institutes for Research.

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Online Venture Offers New Source of Education Journalism

"Re-Imagining Education Journalism" is from the Brookings Institution.

Vol. 29, Issue 32

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