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- 1/1/06 - Francis, D.J., Rivera, M., Lesaux, N., Kieffer, M., & Rivera, H. , U.S. Department of Education
The fundamental principles underlying the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of
2001focus on high standards of learning and instruction with the goal of
increasing academic achievement—reading and math in particular—within all
identified subgroups in the K-12 population. One of these subgroups is the
growing population of English Language Learners (ELLs). NCLB has increased
awareness of the academic needs and achievement of ELLs as schools,
districts, and states are held accountable for...
- 1/3/09 - Johnstone, C., Altman, J., Thurlow, M., Thompson, S. J.
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) requires the reporting of participation in assessments overall and by subgroup, including students with disabilities. As states and school districts strive to meet the goals for adequate yearly progress required by NCLB, the use of individual accommodations continues to be scrutinized for effectiveness, threats to test validity, and score comparability. This report summarizes 49 empirical research studies completed on test accommodations between...
- 1/1/88 - Gibson, M.
- 1/1/69 - Wang, M. C. , D. K. Lipsky & A. Garner
- 1/13/14 - Dean, Amy B.
Today traditional public schools are suffering cuts and closures at the hands of federal and state lawmakers — sometimes even at the hands of mayors. Schools committed to bilingual and English language learner (ELL) education, which serve kids who are learning English in addition to their native language, are as vulnerable as the rest. And the charter schools sprouting in U.S. cities, where many first-generation immigrants live, aren’t always able or willing to provide the same service.
- 1/16/09 - Lucinda Gray, Laurie Lewis
"This report provides national data on the availability and use of educational technology in public school districts during fall 2008. The data are the results of a national district-level survey that is one of a set that includes district, school, and teacher surveys on educational technology. Every year between 1994 and 2005 (with the exception of 2004), the Office of Educational Technology (OET) in the U.S. Department of Education asked the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES...
- 7/1/11 - Hedeen, Timothy; Moses, Phillip; Peter, Marshall
All parents can and should participate meaningfully in their children’s education, including those whose children
receive special education services. The value of parent participation has been recognized under law since 1975,
most recently as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (Coots, 2007). Many scholars and
professionals in the field of special education have explored various approaches to collaboration since then, and
research has demonstrated the benefits for...
- 1/1/96 - Gallimore, R., Coots, J., Weisner, T., Garnier, H., & Guthrie, D.
- 1/1/93 - Gallimore, R., Weisner, T. S., Bernheimer, L. P., Guthrie, D., & Nihira, K.
- 1/14/09 - Western Region Outreach Center & Consortia at the National Center on Deafness,
A pocket sized handbook for professors, high school teachers and vocational teachers new to interacting with Deaf and Hard of Hearing students. Topics include a general understanding of deafness, classroom accomodations, and communication tips.
- 8/1/13 - Doyle, Daniela
Teachers need career pathways that provide new challenges and sustained opportunities for leadership without leaving the classroom. Better opportunities for leadership and innovative pathways help to increase the retention of strong teachers. Although few such programs existed several years ago, a growing number of states, districts, charter schools, and other organizations have recently introduced some kind of teacher-leader program.
- 1/1/08 - Cumming, J. Joy
Equity in assessment concerns all educational authorities and practitioners. While educators commonly consider issues of equity in terms of accommodations for students with special needs, or addressing cultural difference, equity issues in educational assessment have emerged outside these bases. This paper examines equity assessment issues, drawing predominantly on case history from the United States of America (US) with examples from Australia and England, to demonstrate areas that may draw...
- 3/4/14 - Amos, Jason
President Obama_MyBrothersKeeperObama launched a new initiative called “My Brother’s Keeper” at the White House on February 27 that will help boys and young men of color stay in school and find good jobs by focusing on key moments in their lives.
- 1/5/09 - Francis, D., Rivera, M. , Lesaux, N., Kieffer, M., Rivera, H.
Book 3 of 3: This book, released in October 2006, is the third in a series of three Practical Guidelines for the Education of English Language Learners. NCLB has increased awareness of the academic needs and achievement of ELLs as schools, districts, and states are held accountable for teaching English and content knowledge to ELLs. ELLs present a unique set of challenges to educators because of the central role played by academic language proficiency in the acquisition and assessment of...
Like the demands of school and work, the demands of civic life are constantly escalating. Every American now lives, learns and works in a global society. The civic challenges of our day are significant and complex. At the same time, the ways in which Americans engage in the world are changing and expanding
- 3/5/14 - Layton, Lyndsey
A popular teaching technique to help elementary students develop emotional and social skills also leads to academic achievement, according to a study released Thursday. In a randomized, controlled trial that examined the technique known as Responsive Classroom, researchers found that children in classrooms where the technique was fully used scored significantly higher in math and reading tests than students in classrooms where it wasn’t applied.