Relying on 427 classroom observations conducted over a three-year period, this study traces changes in teachers’ instructional practices in the First Things First schools.
Context, Components, and Initial Impacts on Ninth-Grade Students’ Engagement and Performance
An examination of the implementation and early impacts of Talent Development, a whole-school reform initiative, found that the model produced substantial gains in ninth-grade students’ course completion and promotion rates.
Career Academies produced substantial and sustained improvements in earnings of young men after high school, without limiting opportunities to attend college.
High School Reform Conference Series
How can evidence-based research help improve low-performing high schools? This report summarizes the first in a series of conferences designed to bring together researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to address that question.
Statistical Implications for the Evaluation of Education Programs
The Equity 2000 Initiative in Milwaukee Public Schools