Links in Education Week: March 21, 2007

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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.


California’s Schooling Is ‘Broken’

Read "Getting Down to Facts," posted by the Institute for Research on Education Policy and Practice at Stanford University.

New Center Asks: Does Merit Pay Work?

Learn more about the National Center on Performance Incentives.


Contractor Leaves Iraq With Some School Projects Undone

"Follow-Up Audit of USAID/Iraq’s Education Activities" is posted by the U.S. Agency for International Development's inspector general. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader


Report Roundup

NCLB Services Seen Difficult to Monitor:
"State Implementation of Supplemental Educational Services Under the No Child Left Behind Act" is posted by the Center on Education Policy.

School Safety:
"School Safety in Urban Charter and Traditional Public Schools" is available from the National Charter School Research Project.

Language and Reading:
"Lagging Behind: Linguistic Minorities' Educational Progress During Elementary School" is available from the Linguistic Minority Research Institute. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader

Latinos' Web Use:
"Latinos Online" is posted by the Pew Hispanic Center. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader


Report Finds Improvement in Pre-K Area

"The State of Preschool 2006: State Preschool Yearbook" is available from the

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