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Links in Education Week: June 22, 2005

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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.

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Review Panel Turns Up Little Evidence to Back Teacher Ed. Practices

Guide Seeks New Clarity on Tutoring

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ETS Poll Finds Support for Changes to High Schools

PAGE 5

Studies Cite Effects of Abstinence Programs

Survey Finds Teachers’ Biggest Challenge Is Parents

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Friedman Foundation Marks 50 Years Since Voucher Idea

Read a complete transcript of economist Milton Friedman’s interview with Education Week Senior Editor Caroline Hendrie.

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Mental-Health Disorders Gain Foothold During Teenage Years

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Report Roundup

  • College Plans:
    Results from the “JA Worldwide/Diversity Pipeline Alliance Poll,” are posted by Junior Achievement Worldwide.
  • Adult Learning:
    “Investing Wisely in Adult Learning is Key to State Prosperity,” is available from the Southern Regional Education Board.
  • Teenage Drinking:
    A summary of the results from the Miller Live Responsibly Survey” can be found from Market Wire.
  • Dating Abuse:
    Results from the “Teen Dating Abuse Survey 2005" are available from the Love Is Not Abuse Project.
  • PAGE 28

    State Tests Can Influence High School Learning, Report Finds

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    Ed. Dept. Seeks Comment on IDEA Rules

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