Are American Schools Making Inequality Worse?


A new study in AERA's Educational Researcher suggests schooling plays a surprisingly large role in short-changing the nation’s most economically disadvantaged students of critical math skills.

NCLB Implementation and State Failure Rates


AERA-published research finds that variation in states' No Child Left Behind failure rates is driven by subtle differences in state implementation rules, not by difficulty of exams.

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James Spillane Discusses Research Directions on Standards-Based Reform and Common Core 

Margaret McKeown Discusses Research on Vocabulary Assessment , and Inequality Today 

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Potential for School-Based Interventions That Target Executive Function 

Measurement Matters: Assessing Personal Qualities Other Than Cognitive Ability for Educational Purposes

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