Keep Up With Research in Education

Institute of Educational SciencesSign up for the Institute of Educational Sciences’ Newsflash and know when reports are issued from the National Center for Education Evaluation, the National Center for Education Research, the National Center for Education Statistics, and the National Center for Special Ed Research.

For example, What Works Clearinghouse issued reports measuring the efficacy of three programs: Literacy Express, Read Naturally, and Scott Foresman-Addison Wesley Elementary Mathematics. The National Center for Education Statistics released the Approaches to Learning (public-use), Self-Description Questionnaire (SDQ; public-use), and Social Rating Scale (SRS; restricted-use) item-level data and questionnaire items from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Class of 1998-99 (ECLS-K).

Post originally written by Stephanie Rosenblatt, former Instruction Librarian.

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