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Best Research to What Works Luncheon Series: Transcripts

This series of luncheon forums was designed to highlight best research on key educational issues, then to link these findings to the practical steps that schools can take to improve student achievement. Held at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, on a periodic basis from 2002 to 2007, these events brought together a select group of researchers, policymakers, and practitioners to discuss crucial issues about which research and practice appear to diverge.

Early Language & Literacy Development (May 2002)

Strategies to Improve Student Behavior and Support Student Achievement (October 2002)

Early Childhood Assessments: Problems & Possibilities (October 2004)

Reading Disabilities & School-Based Interventions that Work (April 2005)

Improving the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics (May 2005)

Background Knowledge & Reading Proficiency (May 2006)

Performance Based Pay in Public Education (June 2006)

What Do We Really Know About High School Dropout Rates and What Can Be Done To Improve Them? (May 2007)

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