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This study of school management committees' (SMCs') and parent-teacher councils' (PTCs') development and their contributions describes successful interventions in community participation in school management in Pakistan.
This final report details the outcomes of the Enhanced Reading Opportunities (ERO) demonstration, which evaluated two supplemental literacy programs targeted to ninth grade students whose reading skills were at least two years below grade level.
The third edition of School Restructuring: What Works When—A Guide for Education Leaders provides information for school and district leaders to choose the intervention model that will work best to improve their schools.
This annotated bibliography represents a first step toward compiling a comprehensive overview of current research on issues related to English language learners. It is intended to be a resource for researchers, policymakers, administrators and educators.
The new “Condition of Education 2010” report, released May 27, 2010 by the National Center on Education Statistics (NCES), found that from 1999 to 2008, the number of students enrolled in charter schools has nearly quadrupled, from 340,000 to 1.3 million students.
This report compares California’s education resources and student outcomes to those of other states and finds that the state’s education system was among the leanest in the nation prior to the recent recession.
AIR has funded its own analysis of the impact of the fiscal crisis on K-12 education in California as a contribution to the public debate in the state and as a resource for those in other states dealing with similar constraints on public resources.
This report examines state methods of promoting charter and innovative schools, as mentioned in the Race to the Top applications.