Links in Education Week: January 20, 2010

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Head Start Pupils' Gains Found to Fade

"Head Start Impact Study Final Report"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Achievement Gaps

"Gauging the Gaps: A Deeper Look at Student Achievement" is by the Education Trust

College Readiness

"College- and Career-Ready: Using Outcomes Data to Hold High Schools Accountable for Student Success" is by the Education Sector

Charter Schools

"How State Charter Laws Rank Against the New Model Public Charter School Law" is by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools

Teen Violence

"Violence Bhaviors Among Adolescent Females" is by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

School Libraries

"School Libraries Count!" is by the American Association of School Libraries


Public Schools in South Said First With Both Poor, Minority Majority

"A New Diverse Majority: Students of Color in the South's Public Schools"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is by the Southern Education Foundation


Debate Over Charters Continues As Research Finds Gains in N.Y.C.

"Charter School Performance in New York City"Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader is by the Center for Research on Education Outcomes


Researchers Testing Programs to Teach Science in Preschool

"Preschool Pathways to Science: Facilitating Scientific Ways of Thinking, Talking, Doing, and Understanding" is by Rochel Gelman of Rutgers University's Busch campus


Teachers' Letters to Obama

The group Teachers' Letters to Obama is hosted on Facebook and the full set of letters can be read hereRequires Adobe Acrobat Reader

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