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Claim: Rolling back education reform will improve outcomes for students,...

In the next school year, field testing of new Common Core assessments will be complete, and...

The “fifty-state review” of educational policies has proliferated into a literary genre of its...

The latest study by IES attempts to document how American eighth graders compare to their peers...

New from a workgroup of the National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA), this...

Dara and the Halloween Grinch

Dara attempts to understand why Brickman hates Halloween. In the meantime, they tackle Michigan’s legislative strategy for keeping the Common Core, John Deasy’s job status, and the cost of high-quality tests. The TIMSS-NAEP linking study isn’t all bad news for U.S. eighth graders, says Amber.

Amber's Research Minute

U.S. States in a Global Context: Results From the 2011 NAEP-TIMSS Linking Study by National Center for Education Statistics, (Washington, D.C.: Institute of Education Sciences, October 2013).