Data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, indicates a resurgence of ability grouping, from 28% in 1998 to 71% in 2009. This may be cheating the lower-grouped students.
Brookings Institution economists have shown that early start times for high schoolers – which often means sleep deprivation – have reduced academic performance and earning potential.
A new study by Jonathan Rothwell at the Brookings Institution identified areas where high levels of economic segregation show the large gaps in education between low-income students and other students.
Analysis by the Brookings Institution showed that child poverty rate nationwide rose from 18 to 22 percent from 2007 to 2010.
Green jobs like weatherization represent only a small sector of the economy, but local officials see as an area of growth for the future.
Measures to cut energy use and reduce carbon emissions are good for the environment, but also good for the economy. And now, Delaware Valley officials are working to make the region a leader in this growing industry.
About 2½ years ago, The New York Times disbanded its education desk. In 2007 and 2008 at its peak, nine reporters and two editors worked that beat. But the Times was not alone. The […]
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