Links in Education Week: April 29, 2009

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Large Cities See a Rise in Graduation Rates

"Cities in Crisis 2008: Closing the Graduation Gap"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is from America’s Promise Alliance

Achievement Gap

"Recursive Processes in Self-Affirmation: Intervening to Close the Minority Achievement Gap" is from the journal Science

After-School Opportunities

"The Quality Imperative: A State Guide to Achieving the Promise of Extended Learning Opportunities"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is from the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers


Global Education Aid

"Global Monitoring Report 2009"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is from the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization

School Safety

"Indications of School Crime and Safety: 2008" is from the Institute of Education Sciences and the Bureau of Justice Statistics

Math Skills

"In Pursuit of Knowledge: Comparing Self Explanations, Concepts, and Procedures as Pedagogical Tools"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is from the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology


Achievement Gaps Drag Down Economy, Study Asserts

"The Economic Impact of the Achievement Gap in American’s Schools"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is from McKinsey & Company


Chicago’s High Achievers Found To Miss Out on College Options

"From High School to the Future: Making Hard Work Pay Off"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is from the Consortium on Chicago School Research

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