Does Student Race Affect “Gifted” Assignment?


In a new study from AERA Open, the authors found that when black students are taught by a black classroom teacher, the racial gap in gifted assignment largely disappears. Read more

Is Kindergarten the New First Grade?


In a new study published in AERA Open, the authors compared kindergarten and first grade classrooms between 1998 and 2010. They found that over a 12-year period, kindergarten classes have become increasingly like first grade. Read more

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