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A new study from the University of Missouri shows that children who are abused can return to school and do well academically if teachers can help them control their emotions, pay attention to detail and stay motivated.
A study conducted by Columbia Business School's Prof. Jonah Rockoff, Sidney Taurel Associate Professor of Business, Finance and Economics, and Cecilia Speroni, a doctoral student at Teachers College, set to estimate whether subjective evaluations of teacher effectiveness have predictive power for the achievement gains made by teachers' future students.
Continued participation in the Harrisburg Preschool Program (HPP) has led 5th-grade students to score higher on Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) literacy and math tests than peers who have not participated in the HPP program.
A sideline visual test effectively detected concussions in collegiate athletes.
Infinite Campus, Inc.® today announces the release of new enhancements that enable state departments of education to easily and accurately publish standardized assessment results to the districts
66 Percent Increase Over 2009â€“2010 Monterey, CA (PRWEB) August 09, 2011 Pacific Metrics Corporation (http://www.pacificmetrics.com), a leading provider of online assessment solutions, announces that over one million of the Enhanced Assessment of Grade-Level Expectations (EAGLE) were administered during the 2010â€“2011 school year, a 66 percent increase over the previous year.
Psychologist reports on research about effects of bullying in high schools.