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Culture
Science of reading helps English language learners, study finds  

Lauded as a solution to the nation’s escalating literary crisis, the science of reading is taking early childhood education by storm.   Policymakers from coast to coast – including… Read More

May 23, 2024
Legislation
Kansas Special Education Task Force recommends more funding without required study

(The Sentinel) – Kansas legislation that created the Special Education Task Force directs it to “study and make recommendations for changes in the existing formula for funding of… Read More

January 15, 2024
Opinion
New education model charts course for ‘success sequence’ in New Year

(The Daily Signal) – Just in time for Christmas, new data finds good news on education: Average graduation rates nationwide are up two percentage points. Before celebrating, though, research reminds us… Read More

December 14, 2023
Culture
Gender reassignment is no cure for mental health issues, psychiatric study says

(The Daily Signal) – People experiencing gender dysphoria cannot expect gender-reassignment interventions to solve other mental health issues, according to a large, Finnish study published last month in the journal European Psychiatry. Read More

December 7, 2023
Public Education
Study: Denver charter schools yield greater return on taxpayer investment

(The Center Square) – Denver’s charter schools are more cost effective in teaching reading and math and result in a greater return on taxpayer investment than traditional public schools, according… Read More

November 3, 2023
Public Education
Study shows Wisconsin private schools ‘serve far more students with disabilities than is reported’

(The Center Square) – Authors of a study about choice schools and disabled students in Wisconsin admit there is some discrepancy but say things are not nearly as bad a… Read More

October 24, 2023
Culture
Exclusive: Doctor asked for grant to study trans hormones on rats, admits ‘severe lack’ of research, emails show

(Daily Caller News Foundation) – Dr. Walid Farhat, a professor of Urology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, applied in April for a grant to study the impact of cross-sex hormones… Read More

October 16, 2023
Public Education
Study: Michigan charter students best traditional peers

(The Center Square) – Michigan’s charter school association is citing a national study that showed it was one of 10 states or regions in the country that performed better than its… Read More

August 8, 2023
Public Education
Stanford CREDO study shows charter schools outperform traditional public school

(The Sentinel) – A new study by Stanford University’s Center For Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) shows that charter school students outperform traditional public school students. The study also shows… Read More

July 5, 2023
Public Education
Study: Remote learning a ‘primary driver’ of widening achievement gaps

(The Center Square) – A new working paper analyzed testing data from 2.1 million students in 49 states plus D.C. and found that “remote instruction was a… Read More

May 10, 2022
Legislation
New study shows intriguing results in education savings account use to support learning

(reimaginED) – The longer parents utilize education savings accounts, the more comfortable they become using scholarship funds on curriculum, tutoring and educational services, a new research paper finds. Rural families… Read More

March 10, 2022