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Evidence In Education: A Look to the Future

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Evidence-based Debates on Teacher Quality

The world of education is moving steadily toward reliance on evidence, even with the possibility for misinterpretation.

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Supplemental Study: Long-Term Benefits of Field Trips to the Walton Arts Center

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Behind the Headline: States Fail to Raise Bar in Reading, Math Tests

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