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Links in Education Week: July 12, 2006

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This page provides links to reports and resources highlighted in this issue of Education Week. The headlines show the Education Week stories in which the references appear. The links below them will take you to resource materials on other Web sites.

PAGE 1

Call for ‘Weighted’ Student Funding Gets Bipartisan Stamp of Approval

PAGE 7

Teachers Recruited to Find Solutions to Vexing Policy Issues

PAGE 10

Plenty of Advice Awaits Boston Schools’ Next Leader

PAGE 16

Business Group Seeks Ambitious Pre-K Agenda

PAGE 19

California Study Questions Validity of Gains Under NCLB

Report Roundup

  • Teacher Certification:
    “Teacher Effectiveness, Student Achievement, and National Board Certified Teachers” is posted by The College of William & Mary School of Education.
  • Graduation Data:
    “Who’s Counted? Who’s Counting? Understanding High School Graduation Rates” is available from the Alliance for Excellent Education.
  • Boys’ Achievement:
    “The Truth About Boys and Girls” is posted by Education Sector.
  • PAGE 32

    Report Faults Ed. Dept., States on Teacher-Quality Rule

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