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Corporal Punishment Use Found in US Schools

12/6/2016 )  Corporal Punishment in U.S. Public Schools Prevalence, Disparities in Use, and Status in State and Federal Policy Despite a significant drop in the use of corporal punishment in schools, a recent study finds corporal punishment is currently legal in 19

Children and parents attitudes toward reading

12/6/2016 )  Kids & Family Reading Report  The Bi annual Kids & Family Reading Report on the attitudes of children and parents toward reading was released in early January 2016. The latest research touches on reading aloud to children of all ages,

How effective are early childhood programs?

11/17/2016 )  Impact of North Carolina's Early Childhood Programs and Policies on Educational Outcomes in Elementary School  A recent study, attempts to answer this question by examining the effects of two North Carolina early childhood programs on students’ educational outcomes in elementary

Graduate Research 2016 announcement

5/24/2016 )  Wing Institute announces graduate student grant competition for 2015 The Wing Institute is pleased to announce the 2015 Wing Institute Graduate Student Research grant competition. The grant award is a maximum of $5000. The deadline for submission is June 12,

St​ate of the States 2015 Ev​aluating Teaching, Leading and Learning

11/4/2015 )  St​ate of the States 2015 Ev​aluating Teaching, Leading and Learning The National Council on Teacher Quality released its "St​ate of the States 2015 Ev​aluating Teaching, Leading and Learning," w​hich provides a lay of the land on state teacher and principal

John Hattie What Practices Produce Successful Teachers

11/3/2015 )  John Hattie What Practices Produce Successful Teachers John Hattie best known for his seminal work, Visible Learning A Synthesis of Over 800 Meta Analyses Relating to Achievement, examines the evidence base on effective teaching. This short video provides viewers with

Understanding Scientific Research

10/30/2015 )  Understanding Scientific Research The Big Picture Science radio show and podcast explains the complexities of science with informative and entertaining story telling and interviews. This podcast offers listeners the basic information for discerning good from bad research and explains why

Questioning the Effectiveness of Writing-to-Learn

10/29/2015 )  Questioning the Effectiveness of Writing to Learn Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) programs are found across middle school, high school, and higher education. One of the primary benefits promoted by the advocates of the practice is writing as a tool

National Assessment of Educational Progress The Nation's Report Card 2015

10/28/2015 )  National Assessment of Educational Progress— The Nation's Report Card 2015 The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) released the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Nation's Report Card 2015.  The NAEP test is largest continuing and nationally representative assessment of

Students Computers and Learning

10/27/2015 )  Students, Computers, and Learning A study released in September by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) examines the impact of digital learning environments and student skills. The results showed no appreciable increase in reading, mathematics, or science achievement

Student Testing in America's Great City Schools: An Inventory and Preliminary Analysis October 2015

10/26/2015 )  Student Testing in America's Great City Schools An Inventory and Preliminary Analysis October 2015 The Council of the Great City Schools released a comprehensive analysis of student testing across its member school districts (68 of the largest urban school districts

Using Behavioral Science to Better Serve the American People

9/28/2015 )  Using Behavioral Science to Better Serve the American People On September 15, 2015, President Obama released an executive order to promote the use of behavioral sciences to better design government policies for the American people. The president cites a growing

Disproportionate Impact Of K12 School Suspension And Expulsion Across the Nation

8/28/2015 )  Disproportionate Impact Of K 12 School Suspension And Expulsion Across the Nation Abstract body As the nation struggles with the issue of race, a recently published report released from the University of Pennsylvania sheds light on troubling data on expulsions

The Fordham Institute Offers Education Talking Points for the 2016 Election

8/18/2015 )  The Fordham Institute Offers Education Talking Points for the 2016 Election The Fordham Institute is offering six talking points for the 2016 Presidential campaign to guide candidates in formulating positions on education policy. The discussion points include Accountability Works, Pathways

Comparing State Proficiency Standards to NAEP

8/7/2015 )  Comparing State Proficiency Standards to NAEP How do state academic standards measure up to the America's National Assessment of Education Standards? A July 9th report released by the Institute of Educational Services compares how states are doing establishing comparable standards

2014-15 Wing Institute Research Grant Study Results

7/1/2015 )  2014 15 Wing Institute Research Grant Study Results This report summarizes the result of a one year research grant funded by the WING Institute to study the mechanisms of effective coaching within the context of school wide positive behavior interventions

2015-16 Wing Institute Research Grant Awarded

7/1/2015 )  2015 16 Wing Institute Research Grant Awarded Shanna Hirsch of the University of Virginia has been presented the 2015 16 research grant for her proposed study titled, Professional development in practice improving novice teachers’ use of evidence based classroom management

2015 Wing Institute Research Grant Study Results

7/1/2015 )  2014 15 Wing Institute Research Grant Study Results This report summarizes the result of a one year research grant funded by the WING Institute to study the mechanisms of effective coaching within the context of school wide positive behavior interventions

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