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National Advisory Panel Report Multiplies Questions About Math Instruction

by Paul Ruffins | April 10, 2008
The National Mathematics Advisory Panel (NMAP), created by the U.S. Department of Education in [...] Read more

Best & Brightest: Injury Leads Student to New Career Goal, New Charity, New Outlook on Life

by Dana Forde | November 5, 2007
During his freshman year at Pennsylvania State University in 2000, Adam Taliaferro had dreams o [...] Read more

Best & Brightest: Told He Lacked the “Intellectual Capacity” To Learn, Ph.D Candidate Proves Otherwise

by Ibram Rogers | October 24, 2007
Markell Harrison-Jackson grew up with a self-destructive combination of uncontrollable anger an [...] Read more

Ore. Parents Sue After English-speaking Son Placed in ESL Class

by Associated Press | October 17, 2007
HILLBORO Ore. The parents of a Latino boy who does not speak Spanish filed a $700,000 federal [...] Read more

Edwards rolls out education policy

by Associated Press | September 23, 2007
DES MOINES Iowa Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards rolled out a program for reform [...] Read more

Minn. student scores stay mostly steady in reading, math

by Associated Press | July 29, 2007
ST. PAUL They didn't jump dramatically nor did they fall precipitously. So, "steady" became th [...] Read more

Best and Brightest: No Age-limit On Achieving One’s Dream, Conquering Fears

by Margaret Kamara | July 22, 2007
Patricia Doty is far from the traditional college student. At 55, when most her age are discuss [...] Read more

Grant Prompts Future Special Ed Teachers to Enroll in UNH Training Program

by Associated Press | July 16, 2007
DURHAM N.H. Thanks to several federal grants, New Hampshire soon may be seeing more special ed [...] Read more

Black Men and Education Focus Of Urban League Report

by Marlon A. Walker | June 28, 2007
This year’s “The State of Black America” study by the National Urban League pays the most [...] Read more

State: Students with disabilities improving slowly

by Associated Press | June 25, 2007
ALBANY N.Y. Students with disabilities continue to post higher graduation rates and better tes [...] Read more

State: Students with disabilities improving slowly

by Associated Press |
ALBANY N.Y. Students with disabilities continue to post higher graduation rates and better tes [...] Read more

UCLA ‘greater’ because of affirmative action – University of California, Los Angeles

by Charles E. Young | June 18, 2007
In the past year, no issue has so touched the University of California as affirmative action an [...] Read more

A Real Fear

by Paul Ruffins | March 8, 2007
“Math anxiety is my worst enemy,” says Dr. Louise Raphael. “I feel that I am teaching the [...] Read more

Got Game

by Lydia Lum | February 1, 2007
Mary Allison Milford’s life sounds like that of a typical college athlete. At least, it does [...] Read more

Got Game

by Lydia Lum | January 25, 2007
Mary Allison Milford’s life sounds like that of a typical college athlete. At least, it does [...] Read more
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