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New Ed Research Podcasts from CPRE Knowledge Hub

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Discover new and important research from RAND, the University of Washington, the University of Virginia, UT Austin, NWEA, and more. Or listen to all recent episodes here.

 

New Podcasts on Educational Resources & Equity

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CPRE Knowledge Hub and Phi Delta Kappan have joined together to highlight May’s issue of Kappan Magazine and create two quality podcasts. The Research Minutes podcast series invited Kappan contributors to discuss their recent article on educational resources and equity — the causes, the impacts, and the potential solutions.

Ebony Bridwell-Mitchell: How School Partnerships Can Perpetuate Inequalities

How Will the Midterms Impact Education?

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If I were a gambler, I would not be putting any money on the 2018 midterm elections. Polls and odds seem to shift daily, if not hourly, and even this close to election day we don’t have a clear idea how Democrats and Republicans, incumbents and challengers, outsiders and party mainstays, will fare come Nov. 6.

California's Coherent Education System: Reflections from Michael Kirst

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 California's Coherent Education System: Reflections from Michael Kirst

Jason Grissom: Predicting and Preventing Principal Turnover

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Jason Grissom: Predicting and Preventing Principal Turnover

While research suggests that principal turnover can have a negative effect on schools, students, and faculty, few studies have sought to identify how - and why - school leaders ultimately walk away.  

Eric Thomas: The Whole Student: Georgia's Unique Approach to Turnaround

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Eric Thomas: The Whole Student: Georgia's Unique Approach to Turnaround

In an effort to improve performance in dozens of the state's most challenged schools, Georgia lawmakers took the unprecedented step in late 2017 of appointing the state's first Chief Turnaround Officer.

Carrie Conaway: What Research Do State Education Agencies Need?

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Carrie Conaway: What Research Do State Education Agencies Need?

As states craft evidence-based education policies in compliance with the Every Student Succeeds Act, State Education Agencies (SEAs) are responding to a growing demand for quality research. For many, State Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDSs) provide a wealth of reliable data on key student indicators. But according to some state officials, SLDs also have their limits.  

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