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Stories, faculty specialties, degree offerings, and professional development programs on topics spanning grading practices to testing policy to other aspects of assessment
"The U.S. is a society in which skills really do matter for economic success. What that means is that the impact of learning loss on individual students through their earnings is going to be larger in the U.S. than it might be in a society like Sweden."
"[This] research shows that [SATs] are a good predictor of college success. They're a better predictor than grades or teacher recommendations."
New research finds achievement gaps in math and reading, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, remain and have grown in some states, calls for action before federal relief funds run out
New research on SAT/ACT test scores reveals stark inequalities in academic achievement based on wealth
A look back at some of the most memorable education stories of the past year
The evolution and significance of report cards in the American education system
“They don’t currently have sufficient evidence to support high-stakes college admissions decisions. They have a lot of research they need to do and publish transparently.”
“The real story of the pandemic has been less about decline and recovery than it has been about inequality, inequality, inequality.”
"It’s genuinely very hard to teach reading. We haven’t been as dogged in supporting teachers ... in teaching reading in a way that is as sophisticated and complex as it really is."
Professor Thomas Kane joined CBS News to discuss why schools have struggled to get a handle on COVID recovery.
Active citizenship requires a broad set of skills, new study finds
Professor Tom Kane discusses "the nation's report card" and what needs to be done to help students make up for learning loss.
Sharing strategies and best practices for supporting all types of learners in complex times
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