Report Roundup

June 8, 2016 – Education Week
 Nationwide, the economic impact of 10th grade suspensions tops $35 billion, finds a new study by the Center for Civil Rights Remedies and the University of California, Los Angeles.
June 8, 2016 – Education Week
 The relationships preschoolers form with their teachers can predict their school performance in early-elementary school, concludes a new study.
June 8, 2016 – Education Week
 The right combination of career and academic skills can pay off for high school graduates who don't go to college, producing higher wages and a better chance of working full time than their peers who earn associate degrees or leave college without earning a degree, a new study says.
June 8, 2016 – Education Week
 After years of "college for all" initiatives, most U.S. high school graduates have absorbed the message and are moving on to postsecondary study—but significant gaps remain in their paths, finds new federal data.
June 8, 2016 – Education Week
 Computer science classes, as they're currently operating in the nation's schools, are insufficient to meet the nation's growing demand for jobs in that field, according to a new report.
June 8, 2016 – Education Week
  Young New Orleans public school students have become less likely to change schools than other Louisiana students in the years since Hurricane Katrina, suggesting the district's education changes have reduced mobility, finds a new report.
June 8, 2016 – Education Week
  By age 5, children who had attended formal preschool centers showed higher reading and mathematics skills in kindergarten than those who had been in home or informal care, according to a study in Child Development.
June 1, 2016 – Education Week
  Programs intended to help homeless and foster youths attend college can instead create barriers, finds a U.S. Government Accountability Office report released this month.
June 1, 2016 – Education Week
  A survey of how 4th and 5th grade students read online finds that girls significantly outperform boys on a test of digital skills such as searching for and communicating information.
June 1, 2016 – Education Week
  Though some strides toward personalized learning can be made within states' existing education policies, many barriers continue to exist, according to a report from the International Association for K-12 Online Learning, or iNACOL, a proponent of individualized, competency-based education plans for students.
June 1, 2016 – Education Week
  Many suburban school districts are unequipped to handle influxes of English-language learners and students who are refugees, a new report argues.
June 1, 2016 – Education Week
  With the crush of news about the Every Student Succeeds Act, Race to the Top may not be as high-profile as it once was—but states can learn from the competitive-grant program, according to a new U.S. Department of Education report.
June 1, 2016 – Education Week
  School and district leaders are more likely to absorb new studies as part of their general professional development rather than to make specific educational decisions, according to a study by the National Center for Research in Policy and Practice, a federal research center.
May 18, 2016 – Education Week
  Some common ways schools work to prevent and respond to bullying are ineffective and, in some cases, counterproductive, concludes a report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
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