Addressing questions that include the impact of instructional time on achievement, variation in school start dates, and trends in school day and year length.
This new report offers policymakers an overview of the many ways states are – or are not – addressing homeschool regulation.
Exploring options for youth and adults lacking a diploma but needing a high school credential to pursue employment opportunities or postsecondary education.
A 50-state review and related database focused on states’ primary funding mechanisms for students with disabilities.
Common Core Testing opt outs threaten NY schools’ status
A dozen public schools across the state risk losing their chance to win coveted national "Blue Ribbon" awards for academic excellence because of the drop in the number of students who took standardized Common Core tests this spring. (Newsday)
Read the rest of today's e-Clips for August 5, 2015.
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