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Summer 2009 / Vol. 9, No. 3

Demography as Destiny?

Hispanic student success in Florida

The Future of No Child Left Behind

End it? Or mend it?

Can Tracking Improve Learning?

Evidence from Kenya

By Esther Duflo, Pascaline Dupas and Michael Kremer  
Curriculum, Features, Research, Teachers and Teaching  

Florida’s Online Option

Virtual school offers template for reform

Full Immersion 2025

How will 10-year-olds learn?

Domino Effect

Domestic violence harms everyone’s kids

By Scott E. Carrell and Mark L. Hoekstra  
On Top of the News, Research, School Life  

How to Get the Teachers We Want

Specialization would lead to better teaching and higher salaries

Breaking Down School Budgets

Following the dollars into the classroom

Virtual School Succeeds

But can we be sure about the students?

Readers Respond

Debating Massachusetts; scaling up KIPP; practice-based teacher training; alternative certification; for-profits in Philadelphia; selling success; teacher co-ops

By Education Next  

Young People Are All Right

Book Review: The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future

By Ted Kolderie  

Summer 2009 Book Alert

The Beautiful Tree; The Street Stops Here; Reforming Boston Schools, 1930-2006; The Leader in Me; Changing the Odds for Children at Risk

By Education Next  
Alerts, Books  

Educating the Public

How information affects Americans’ support for school spending and charter schools

The Why Question

Teachers can instill a sense of purpose

By William Damon  
School Life  

Another Lemon

Florida’s charters under attack

It Takes a Community

A safety net grows in Harlem

By Cara Spitalewitz  
Books, On Top of the News, Reviews  

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