This paper builds on prior research by providing new information on very young children’s exposure to home literacy activities and the relationship between such activities and children’s mental skill development over their first 2 years of life.
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As state funding for higher education decreases, more of the burden of the cost of education is shifting to students and their families. A recent article describes the reasons for and implications of this shift.
Supported by the National Institute of Justice, AIR participated as part of a research team to conduct a process evaluation of Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention’s juvenile boot camp demonstration study.
AIR’s evaluation of the program, which was designed to improve the processing and disposition of serious juvenile offenders for four jurisdictions across the country, focused on the program’s effects on file charges, case processing, and case outcomes.
This communication framework was developed to promote effective dialogue about the measurement of teacher quality and effectiveness. It facilitates communication about policies regarding teacher effectiveness by helping to build a shared understanding of the terminology used in the discussion.
This paper explores the ways the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) results might be communicated to its varied constituencies.
The purpose of this paper is to review major options NAEP faces regarding introduction of technology into the assessment and to review priorities that can guide this introduction.
Comparison of the economic outcomes of high school completers (at three different points in time) with the outcomes of individuals who did not complete high school.
Freshman graduation rate for public high school students for school years 2002-03 and 2003-04.