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Bullying in schools
January 9, 2019
New research finds link between districts that voted Trump and racist bullying post-election
The study offers some hard evidence that the post-election months were a more fraught time in many schools.
tar heel trivia
August 20, 2018
New education research? A good chance it’s from North Carolina.
A disproportionate amount of what we know about how certain education policies work comes out of the Tar Heel State. Here's why that matters.
cause and effect
July 10, 2018
Do suspensions lead to higher dropout rates and other academic problems? In New York City, the answer could be yes
The study's findings add new evidence to a heated debate playing out in New York and across the country.
June 1, 2018
What the F? Here are the surprising ways failing grades helped New York City schools
The results provide new evidence that the now defunct A–F grading scale sparked improvements at underperforming schools.
November 22, 2016
Polls convinced me Hillary Clinton wouldn’t lose. As an education researcher, the result was a wake-up call
We must talk to humans, really talk to them, to get an accurate understanding of situations — from school segregation to voting patterns.
team of rivals
April 30, 2015
Seven ed research heavyweights to head to Albany to help direct evaluation overhaul
Harvard economist Thomas Kane is one of seven experts who accepted an invitation to weigh in on the debate, according to a department memo.
March 16, 2015
For principals, value-added takes back seat in decisions about teachers, study says
Even as policymakers are putting more emphasis on test score growth, a new study suggests it's becoming less important to principals.
September 11, 2014
U.S. Sec. of Education pushes for Haslam to apply for pre-K money
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said Tuesday that Gov. Bill Haslam should apply for federal money available for prekindergarten expansion, the Chattanooga Times…
September 4, 2014
Tennessee’s largest districts expand focus on pre-K despite Haslam’s hesitancy
Both of Tennessee's largest school districts, in Nashville and Memphis, are pushing not only to expand pre-K, but to make it more effective by increasing standards in Memphis and creating model centers in Nashville.
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