Report Roundup

November 11, 2014 - Education Week
 The high rate of principal turnover is costing school districts dearly, particularly teachers and students in high-poverty systems, says a new report by the School Leaders Network.
November 11, 2014 - Education Week
 Students are more likely to organize in homogenous and hierarchical cliques in schools that offer them more choices, says a study published last week.
November 11, 2014 - Education Week
 Enrollment in state-run online schools is on the rise, though broad gaps remain in the availability of digital resources and tools across the country's large, midsized, and small school systems, a new report concludes.
November 11, 2014 - Education Week
 Thirty-three states made policy changes this calendar year that either make it easier for families to get child-care assistance or provide a more substantial benefit, says a report from the National Women's Law Center in Washington.
November 11, 2014 - Education Week
 High school students who took the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium field test last spring found it far more difficult than younger students did, especially in mathematics, according to a new report.
November 4, 2014 - Education Week
  The New Media Consortium finds similar and evolving European and American views about how teachers should be presenting and delivering content in the digital age, across the 28 member nations of the European Commission, the executive body of the European Union.
November 4, 2014 - Education Week
  Two different groups of genetic mutations may contribute to autism spectrum disorders for high-IQ boys and low-IQ boys and all girls with autism, finds a new study in the journal Nature.
November 4, 2014 - Education Week
  The education field understands early childhood as a time of critical brain and social development, but educators and researchers should view the ages of 18 to 26—the transition to adulthood—as a critical developmental window in its own right, according to a new report from the National Institute of Medicine and National Research Council.
November 4, 2014 - Education Week
  Character skills that improve performance can mean more to success than academic skills, concludes a new report from the Brookings Institution.
November 4, 2014 - Education Week
  Public school teachers are divided on the merits of the Common Core State Standards, with 44 percent having a negative opinion of the shared academic goals and another 40 percent of teachers favoring it, according to a new Gallup poll.
November 4, 2014 - Education Week
  Not really, according to a research brief on the $3 billion School Improvement Grants program just released by the Institute of Education Sciences, the U.S. Department of Education's statistical arm.
November 4, 2014 - Education Week
  A report released last week by the Center on Education Policy provides one of the first early glimpses of how districts are solving one of the most difficult problems of putting the Common Core State Standards into practice. Overwhelmingly, they're creating their curricula locally.
October 28, 2014 - Education Week
  The majority of states are funding schools below the levels reached a half-dozen years ago, before the Great Recession caused significant budget cuts, according to a report by a Washington think tank.
October 28, 2014 - Education Week
  A new report on educational attainment and achievement among 15- to 24-year-olds in the South argues that the region needs to build a new "infrastructure of opportunity" that includes stronger middle schools, a new "meld" of high schools and community colleges, and enhanced prekindergarten programs.
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