Promising algebra study gets second act

(Calif.) Researchers working with some 13,000 students in 18 school districts over a three-year period may have solved one of public education’s great conundrums – how to help more at-risk middle school students pass algebra.

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New research dogs effectiveness of Head Start

(District of Columbia) Echoing research that dates back almost 50 years, the latest evaluation of the effectiveness of the federal Head Start program found positive effects on general reading achievement but nothing more.

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