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Education Reforms and Students at Risk: A Review of the Current State of the Art - January 1994

STUDIES OF EDUCATION REFORM PROGRAM

The Studies of Education Reform program seeks to generate important and useful information that supports future efforts to improve American education at the preschool, elementary, and secondary levels. The program will produce technical reports for the research community and practical advice for policymakers and educators. For more information and descriptions of the studies contact the projects directly or call 202/219-2235.

Assessment of Student Performance (Michael Kane, Pelavin Associates,
Washington, DC; 202/785-7738)

Curriculum Reform (Ronald Anderson, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO;
303/492-7738)

Early Childhood Education (Tom Schultz, National Association of State Boards
of Education, Alexandria, VA; 703/684-4000)

Parent and Community Involvement in Education (Barry Rutherford, RMC Research
Corporation, Denver, CO; 303/825-3636)

School-Based Management (Priscilla Wholstetter, Consortium for Policy Research in
Education, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; 213/740-0697)

School-to-Work Transition (Ivan Charner, Academy for Educational Development,
Washington, DC; 202/862-8845)

Student Diversity (Barry McLaughlin, National Center for Research on Cultural
Diversity and Second Language Learning, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA; 408/459-4096)

Students-at-Risk (Robert Rossi, American Institutes for Research, Palo Alto, CA;
415/493-3350)

Systemic Reform (Susan Fuhrman and Margaret Goertz, Consortium for Policy Research
in Education, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; 908/932-1331)

Teacher Professionalism & Professionalism of Other School Personnel (Pat Cox, The
Network, Inc., Andover, MA; 508/470-1080)

Technology (Barbara Means, SRI International, Menlo Park, CA; 415/859-4004)

Uses of Time (Nancy Adelman, Policy Studies Associates, Washington, DC;
202/939-9780)

For questions regarding this program or to request a publications list, please contact: Carol Chelemer, Studies in Education Reform Program Coordinator, 202/219-2235.
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