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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.
April 5, 2017 – Education Week
  While urban schools are disproportionately at risk of being shuttered, rural communities may have a harder time making up for their loss, finds a new study by the Urban Institute.
April 5, 2017 – Education Week
  Nearly two years after living in an emergency homeless shelter, young children often still had unstable housing and lagged their peers academically and behaviorally, finds a new study by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
April 5, 2017 – Education Week
  Nearly two years after living in an emergency homeless shelter, young children often still had unstable housing and lagged their peers academically and behaviorally, finds a new study by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
April 5, 2017 – Education Week
  Admission officers at selective colleges are more likely to offer spots to low-income students if they have a better understanding of the high schools those students attend, finds a study in the March issue of Education Researcher.
April 5, 2017 – Education Week
  EngageNY, the online library of open reading and math materials developed by New York state, has proved popular—surprisingly so. The site has had more than 17 million users and 66 million downloads since the resources went online in 2011, according to the state education department.
March 22, 2017 – Education Week
  Retired teachers who mentored new educators showed promise in improving math instruction, according to a new randomized controlled trial.
March 22, 2017 – Education Week
  A new study of dual-enrollment programs finds that high-achieving white girls from financially secure homes are more likely to enroll in those college-credit programs than minority, male, or low-income students.
March 22, 2017 – Education Week
  Virtual bullying can do real damage to students' educational and social progress, according to a new meta-analysis of research in the journal Review of Educational Research.
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