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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

School Safety
CA bans concealed guns at colleges and schools
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation to ban the concealed carry of handguns at colleges and schools, further tightening California firearms restrictions that are already among the strictest in the nation. (Sacramento Bee)

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