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Past Events

  • Strategies to improve student behavior and support student achievement

    October 29, 2002

    What can research tell us about early assessment and prevention practices that improve student behavior and student academic performance?”

  • 'Shanker Lecture' Given By Hong Kong Democracy Leader

    May 15, 2002

    The late Szeto Wah, founder of Hong Kong's teachers' union, was the featured speaker at the Institute's Albert Shanker Lecture on May 15, 2002.

  • Early Language & Literacy Development

    May 13, 2002

    Part of the Research to What Works luncheon seies, this discussion highlighted what is known about the language and literacy development of young, preschool-age children and how does this relate to their long-term success in school. The speakers also explored how high quality research on language and literacy development can be used to inform policy and improve instructional practice in early childhood education settings.

  • Bridging the Gap Between State Standards and Classroom Achievement: A Forum

    March 2, 2002

    Unless states step in to help turn standards into the tools that schools need, the promise of standards-based reform will be lost. That was the message of a March 2002 national forum for state educators, policymakers, teacher unionists, and business leaders on the challenges of curriculum and professional development to meaningful standards-based reform. The event was cosponsored by the Albert Shanker Institute and Achieve, Inc.

  • Seminar on Workforce Development

    May 12, 2001

    Research has shown that most corporations would be better off if they stopped raiding one another for superstar staff and concentrated on identifying and developing the talents of their current workforce. For their part, unions have a vested interest in helping members increase both the value and the quality of their work. This discussion explored the convergence of these interests.

  • Education and Care for Children in their Preschool Years

    February 21, 2001

    This conference, involving participants with a wide range of viewpoints, was designed to elicit discussion about what the academic core of high-quality preschool programs should entail and how it should be delivered.

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