Report Roundup

May 17, 2017 – Education Week
 Too many teacher-preparation programs are doing a poor job of covering content that future science and social studies teachers need to master, according to a new report.
May 17, 2017 – Education Week
 Low- and high-income parents both select schools in a choice district based on school quality—but they use different measures, finds a new study in the journal Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis.
May 17, 2017 – Education Week
 Students who enter the juvenile-justice system are significantly less likely to graduate from high school, and a new online report offers a roadmap for states to make sure incarcerated students get back on track academically.
May 17, 2017 – Education Week
 Traditional public schools on average received about 29 percent more funding per student than charter schools in 14 metropolitan areas, finds a new study by the University of Arkansas' education reform department.
May 17, 2017 – Education Week
 Schools that want to improve the educational prospects for English-language learners should take account of what's happening in their students' lives outside the classroom, a new report from the research arm of America's Promise Alliance finds.
May 10, 2017 – Education Week
  Having a bachelor's degree, a top-notch grade point average, and a relatively high level of work experience actually reduce the chance that a job applicant will be called in for an interview with a child-care provider, concludes new research by Kent State and Arizona State universities.
May 10, 2017 – Education Week
  The 21st-Century Community Learning Centers, which receives federal funding to provide after-school and summer programs and other enrichment activities, needs more oversight, finds a new report from the federal Government Accountability Office.
May 10, 2017 – Education Week
  The number of preschool children with visual impairments is expected to rise significantly by 2060, says a new study in the journal JAMA Ophthalmology.
April 19, 2017 – Education Week
  In the past 25 years, the American teaching force has grown significantly, becoming less experienced but more diverse, a new analysis by the National Center on Education Statistics finds.
April 19, 2017 – Education Week
  Starting the high school day a little later is associated with higher rates of attendance and ultimately graduation, finds a study in the April issue of the journal Sleep Health.
April 19, 2017 – Education Week
  Teacher participation in a merit-pay program led to the equivalent of four extra weeks of student learning, according to a new analysis of 44 studies of incentive-pay initiatives in the United States and abroad.
April 19, 2017 – Education Week
  Low-income black boys showed benefits from having a black teacher in grades 3 to 5.
April 19, 2017 – Education Week
  A new study from the University of Maryland indicates that those who participated in K-12 music education are more likely to continue to be involved with the arts as adults.
April 5, 2017 – Education Week
  A new, two-volume report exploring the experiences of students with disabilities highlights key indicators that such students will succeed after high school.
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