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Links in Education Week: March 30, 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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States Scrutinize Teacher Working Conditions

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Report Faults Calif. on Graduation Calculation

Study: Pledgers of Sex Abstinence Still at Risk of STD’s

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State Designation Can Improve Pre-K

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Report Roundup

  • Autism Probe:
    An abstract from the report, “Environmental Mercury Release, Special Education Rates, and Autism Disorder: An Ecological Study of Texas” can be found online from Health & Place Journal.
  • Professional Development:
    “Inside the Black Box: School District Spending on Professional Development in Education” is available online from The Finance Project. ()
  • Sound Memory:
    “The Relation Between Brain Activity During Memory Tasks and Years of Education in Young and Older Adults” can be found online from the American Psychological Association. ()
  • High-Stakes Testing:
    “The Inevitable Corruption of Educators and Indicators Through High-Stakes Testing” is available from the Education Policy Studies Laboratory at Arizona State University. ()
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    Del. Charter Schools Get Solid Report Card

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    Title IX Guidance ‘Problematic,’ Critics Say

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