May 8, 2012
Morningside Academy is an empirical evidence driven exemplar organization providing services to students and schools throughout the United States and Canada. This article describes instruction, practice, and application that are core to the Morningside approach to education. The paper reviews the importance the program places on the use of coaching to prepare teachers to effectively deliver the programs and the piece provides evidence to substantiate the claims for the effectiveness of the methods outlined in the article.
April 6, 2012
On February 16, 2012 The Performance Management Magazine, a publication of Aubrey Daniels International, published an article on the efforts of the Wing Institute to promoting evidence-based practices in education. The piece examines issues facing education in America, current reform efforts, as well as recommendations for changing a culture in education that has been unable to take effective practices to scale and sustain reform efforts that make a lasting impact on student performance.
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February 3, 2012
What are the long-term effects of teacher’s impact on a students test scores and the quality of a person’s life? The debate continues about whether value-added modeling is an effective and unbiased tool for assessing a teacher’s impact on Read More…
December 20, 2011
A new analysis of NAEP scores by the Fordham Institute examines the impact of NCLB on student achievement by comparing Texas to national scores. Texas was one of the first states to adopt accountability through high stakes testing. Texas early implementation of the core components of NCLB provides researchers an Read More…