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Links in Education Week: June 8, 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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Names Can Hurt You

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Record Numbers of Students Enrolled in the Public Schools

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New NSF-Funded Research Center to Advance Study of Math Content.

NCTM Elaborates on Position on the Use of Calculators in Classrooms.

PAGE 11

USAID Strategy Addresses Quality Along With Access.

Report Roundup

  • Charter Results:
    How Are California’s Charter Schools Performing?” is available for purchase from EdSource.
  • International Adoptions:
    “Behavior Problems and Mental Health Referrals of International Adoptees,” can be purchased through The Journal of The American Medical Association.
  • Math and Science:
    The “Bayer Facts of Science Education Survey” is available in English and Spanish from Bayer.
  • Doctors on Evolution:
    Results of the physicians poll are made available by HCD Research.
  • Career Choices:
    Teens’ Top 10 Career Picks is available with a paid subscription or temporary membership from The Gallup Organization.
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