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State Education Policy Checklist

Reverse Transfer: What is the best route to take?

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Deeper Learning: A primer for state legislators

Reverse Transfer: Paving the pathway

Health barriers to learning and the education opportunity gap

Instructional time trends

State Homeschool Policies: A patchwork of provisions

GED, HiSET and TASC: A comparison of high school equivalency assessments

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  • checklist
    A new tool to help guide the development of state education policy and maximize future success.
  • reversetransfer2
    A review of early outcomes data for 10 states that have implemented statewide reverse transfer policies.
  • WCM
  • 2015awards
    Click to submit a nomination. The awards will be presented at the 2016 National Forum on Education Policy in Washington D.C.
  • deeper
    A primer for state policymakers seeking to modify instruction and assessment policies to better engage 21st century students.
  • website

College Completion
A nuanced look at (some) two-year students
A new study finds significant variation in academic preparation of traditional-age students at different community colleges, and seeks to explain graduation rate gap between two- and four-year colleges. (Inside Higher Ed)

Read the rest of today's e-Clips for Oct. 9, 2015.


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