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Leading for Learning

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Lack of Proof Seen on Reading Text

“Lack of Association between Measles Virus Vaccine and Autism with Enteropathy: A Case-Control Study” is published in PLoS One, the online journal of the Public Library of Science.

Preparation for College

“Dropout and Completion Rates in the United States: 2006" is provided by the National Center for Education Statistics .

International Data

“Do Education Vouchers Improve Student Learning and Public School Achievement?” is sponsored by the National Center on the Study of Privatization in Education.

Teenage Aggression

“Human Capital Management: A New Approach for Districts”is sponsored by the Annenberg Institute for School Reform.

Preschool Effects

“Suicide Trends Among Youths Aged 10 to 19 Years in the United States, 1996-2005" is published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Arts Education

“2007-08 High School Athletics Participation Survey” is provided by the National Federation of State High School Associations.

Universal Preschool

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New Skills Seen Essential for Global Competition

“21st Century Skills, Education & Competitiveness” is published by the Partnership for 21st Century Skills.

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Boston, Chicago Teacher ‘Residencies’ Gaining Notice

“Creating and Sustaining Urban Teacher Residencies: A New Way to Recruit, Prepare, and Retain Effective Teachers in High-Needs Districts” is published by The Aspen Institute and the Center for Teaching Quality.

“Urban Teacher Residency Models and Institutes of Higher Education” is published by the Center for Teaching Quality and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

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