From DA

1/1/2006

Cost-benefit analysis. High yield. Economic return. Such phrases from the world of finance have been cropping up in recent reports and articles on preschool education. What kind of yields can be expected on pre-K investments?

1/1/2006

What do you get when you take seven strong school district leaders, add insight, wisdom and hard work?

Find out how these superintendents created a consortium, what they accomplish together and how you can follow suit.

1/1/2006

Brown v. Board of Ed: 50 Years Later

1/1/2006

To teach one way or various ways?

12/1/2005

I'm always on the lookout for educational trends. Over the past couple of months the usual suspects who speak at education conferences have been toting around copies of Thomas Friedman's new book, The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century.

12/1/2005

Problem:

12/1/2005

Randomized field trials are not the best or only way to address all important research questions, but they are often described as the "gold standard." This month's column explores why researchers and NCLB express enthusiasm for experimental research designs, why schools m

12/1/2005

Apple

Xserve RAID, www.apple.com, Storage system, $5,999

12/1/2005

iPods OK in Class

12/1/2005

Four States Collaborate to Improve Middle School Test Scores

12/1/2005

The Ohio Board of Regents is spearheading a $15 million, five-year project to improve middle school reading and math scores.

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