by Julie A. Edmunds, John Willse, Nina Arshavsky & Andrew Dallas
This study uses an experimental design to determine that early college high schools have a positive impact on indicators and facilitators of engagement. The report uses qualitative data to suggest that these schools create an environment that essentially requires studentsí active participation in school.
by Anne Elrod Whitney & Linda Friedrich
In this article, we explore the legacy of the National Writing Project, a thirty-seven-year-old professional development network dedicated to improving the teaching of writing, focusing on the broader orientations (Friedrichsen, VanDriel, & Abell, 2011) developed within that network rather than solely on the transmission of specific teaching strategies.
Education researchers Nancy Perry and Kadriye Ercikan discuss their co-authored introduction to a special issue, Moving Beyond Country Rankings in International Assessments: The Case of PISA. Watch and discuss this episode of The Voice on Vialogues.
by Laurence Steinberg
This commentary examines the failings of American high schools.
by Gary Natriello
The editors of the Teachers College Record are pleased to announce the Annual Yearbooks for 2015.