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Results Mixed for Home-Visit Programs

“Evidence on The Effectiveness of Six Widely Implemented Early-Childhood Home-Visitation Models” is from the Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy

Race to the Top

“Education Watch State Reports” is from The Education Trust

Education Technology

“Focus on Technology Integration in America’s Schools” is from the State Educational Technology Directors Association

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Demographic Change

“The Rapid Growth and Changing Complexion of Suburban Public Schools” is from The Pew Hispanic Center

Professional Development

“Making Sense of the Links: Professional Development, Teacher Practices, and Student Achievement” is from the NAEP

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Researchers Examine Contracts’ Effects on Policy Issues

“Effects of Teacher’s Unions on Qualifications-Specific and Incentive Based Teacher Compensation” is from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

“Wage Frictions and Teacher Quality: An Empirical Analysis of Differential Effects Across Subject Areas” is from Indiana University Bloomington

“State Intervention and Contract Choice in the Public Teacher Labor Market” is from the University of Washington and Center on Reinventing Public Education

“Rethinking Mentoring: Comparing Policy and Practice in Special and General Education” is from Miami University

“The Politics of Teacher Professionalization: How Union Interests and the Structure of Education Governance Impact Teacher Pay and Evaluation Policies” is from the University of Notre Dame

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First Education Stimulus Aid Flows to States

“Guidance on the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund” is from the U.S. Department of Education

Proposed Title I Changes Ease Tutoring Rules

“Key Policy Letters Signed by the Education Secretary or Deputy Secretary” are from the U.S. Department of Education

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Should Mayors Run Schools?

“Final Report of the Commission on School Governance” is from the Public Advocate For the City of New York

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