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Links in Education Week: April 22, 2009

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Pensions Blamed for Costing Schools New Talent

“Research Papers - Vanderbilt Conference” is from the National Center on Performance Incentives

Stimulus Offers Funding Support for Ed. Facilities

“State Fiscal Stabilization Fund” is from the National Clearing House for Educational Facilities

“Impact Aid Construction” is from the National Clearing House for Educational Facilities

“Energy Efficiency Grants” is from the National Clearing House for Educational Facilities

“Qualified School Construction Bonds” are from the National Clearing House for Educational Facilities

“Qualified Zone Academy Bonds” are from the National Clearing House for Educational Facilities

“Build America Bonds” are from the National Clearing House for Educational Facilities

“Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds” are from the National Clearing House for Educational Facilities

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Edge Found for District-Run Schools

“Getting a Feel for the Market: The Use of Privatized Management in Philadelphia” is from the Center for Social Organization of Schools

High School Hazing

“Hazing in View: High School Students at Risk” is from the University of Maine

Small Schools

“Building a Districtwide Small Schools Movement” is from the Annenberg Institute for School Reform

Tutoring and Reading

“Evaluation of Experience Corp: Student Reading Outcomes” is from the Center for Social Development

Public Preschool

“The State of Preschool 2008" is from the National Institute for Early Education Research

English-Language Learners

“English Learners in Boston Public Schools in the Aftermath of Policy Change” is from the Maurico Gaston Institute for Latino Community and Public Policy and the Center for Collaborative Education

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Double Dose’ of Algebra Found to Lift Scores, Not Passing Rates

“Double-Dose” Algebra as an Alternative Strategy to Remediation: Effects on Students’ Academic Outcomes” is from the Journal of Educational Effectiveness

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Our 21st-Century ‘Risk’

“Fresh Look at What Happens Outside School” is from the journal Science

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