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The work in our fifth edition of the ES Review demonstrates both the range of issues we work on as well as the variety of ways we communicate our ideas. It includes excerpts from a number of our best pieces in 2010–11, including a readable and engaging account of D.C.'s innovative and controversial teacher evaluation system, IMPACT, and a brief about a new index of college performance, which combines overall student debt and the number of degrees students earn.
If you are new to Education Sector, the ES Review is the perfect place to get to know us and our commitment to offering independent analysis and innovative ideas. If you are a regular Education Sector reader, it's a convenient reminder of our original research and ongoing effort to translate complex ideas for a wide audience.
The 2010/2011 edition features:
- Selections from K–12 Education work: A Measured Approach to Improving Teacher Quality; A Portrait of School Improvement Grantees; The Road to Autonomy: Can Schools, Districts, and Central Offices Find Their Way?
- Selections from our Higher Education work: Why 529 College Savings Plans Favor the Fortunate; Are You Gainfully Employed? Setting Standards for For-Profit Degrees; Reconstructing Higher Education
- Selections from our Blogs, Events, Online Discussions, and more...
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