Education Week Research Center
Diplomas Count 2016: Reaching Higher
Diplomas Count is Education Week's annual report on graduation policy and rates. The latest Diplomas Count report focuses on efforts to redesign high schools.
Technology Counts 2016: Transforming the Classroom
The latest edition of Technology Counts, Education Week's annual report on educational technology, examines the way technology is affecting classroom learning, including stories about classroom product testing, moving from “passive” to “active” technology use, the maker movement, and more.
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The Education Week Research Center is a division of Editorial Projects in Education, the non-profit organization that publishes Education Week. With a staff of full-time researchers, the Research Center conducts annual policy surveys, as well as independent, unbiased research projects for outside organizations on a grant or contract basis. More >
The Education Week Research Center now offers customized K-12 data based on years of its cutting-edge research. Our data sets are unique in the American K-12 education field because of their relevance, breadth, depth, and ease of use. More >
The Research Center conducts annual policy surveys, collects data, and performs analyses that appear in the Quality Counts and Diplomas Count annual issues of Education Week. The Center also manages the Education Counts database of state policy indicators, releases periodic special reports on a variety of topics, and contributes data and analysis to coverage in Education Week. More >