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Winter 2013 / Vol. 13, No. 1

School Leaders Matter

Measuring the impact of effective principals

By Gregory F. Branch, Eric A. Hanushek, and Steven G. Rivkin  
Homepage, Research  

A Double Dose of Algebra

Intensive math instruction has long-term benefits


Reform Agenda Gains Strength

The 2012 EdNext-PEPG survey finds Hispanics give schools a higher grade than others do


Solving America’s Math Problem

Tailor instruction to the varying needs of the students


The Elephant in the Classroom

Why is diversity so hard to manage?


Diverse Charter Schools

Popular, controversial, and a challenge to run successfully


Setting Students Up for Success

Create the path of least resistance

By Rebecca Friedman with Chavi Abramson  
Briefs, Homepage, Inside Schools, Journal, School Life  

Are Americans Losing Confidence in Their Teachers?

Poll reveals less trust in teachers, especially among swing voters


First, We Need a Brand New K–12 System

Part 1 of a forum on whether digital learning can transform education


As Digital Learning Draws New Users, Transformation Will Occur

Part 2 of a forum on whether digital learning can transform education


Newark’s Superintendent Rolls Up Her Sleeves and Gets to Work

A conversation with Cami Anderson


School Choice Marches Forward

2011 a year of new laws and new lawsuits


A River of Data

Making the learning experience more effective


Can Carrots Become Sticks?

Court knows coercion when it sees it


A Takeover Tale

A review of the new movie “Won’t Back Down”


Primer on Success

A Review of Paul Tough’s How Children Succeed


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