The TELL project is a review of literature and critical annotated bibliography to provide an overview and critique of the research related to the transition of English language learners.
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AIR worked with the National Center for Language and Culture Research (NCLCR) to translate and market commissioned academic research into usable products to support the performance of government language professionals.
This report examines how well federal funds are targeted to districts and schools serving economically disadvantaged students, how Title I targeting has changed over the past seven years, how districts have spent federal funds, and the base of state and local resources to which federal funds are added.
This report provides a summary of findings from Title I evaluation studies that have become available after the publication of the National Assessment of Title I final report in 2007.
The first Charter School opened in Boston shortly after the landmark Massachusetts Education Reform Act in 1993. In 1995, the Boston Public Schools and the Boston Teacher’s Union responded by creating their own version of the autonomous school model, known as the “Pilot School.” Fifteen years later, the goal of this report is to assess the impact of these new school models on student achievement.