Links in Education Week: Aug. 1, 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.


Study: Low, High Fliers Gain Less Under NCLB

"Left Behind by Design: Proficiency Counts and Test-Based Accountability" is available from the Harris School of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader


12-State Study Finds Falloff in Testing Gains After NCLB

"Gauging Growth: How to Judge No Child Left Behind?" is available from the American Educational Research Association. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader


Study Finds Edge for N.Y.C. Charters

"New York City's Charter Schools Overall Report" is posted by the National Bureau of Economic Research. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader

Report Roundup

H.S. Math Linked to Performance in College Science:
• The study was published in the July 27 issue of the journal Science.

Childhood Obesity:
• "Stigma, Obesity, and the Health of the Nation's Children" is available for purchase from the American Psychological Association.

District Consolidation:
"Assessing the Policy Environment for School Corporation Collaboration, Cooperation and Consolidation in Indiana" is available from Indiana University's Center for Evaluation and Education Policy. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader

Attention Deficit:
"Preschoolers and Attention Deficit Disorder" is posted by the magazine ADDitude.

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