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Updated 5-24-17

Here is research that you might find useful as you analyze factors in education success:

This is a work-in-process. Please–suggest research so I can incorporate it!

Class size

  1. Getting Beneath the Veil of Effective Schools: Evidence from New York City (National Bureau of Economic Research)–traditional success measures–including class size–do not correlate to school effectiveness
  2. class size   class size















Games and Simulations in Education



  1. Handwriting Matters; cursive doesn’t

How to Teach

  1. Learn how to teach
For four decades, educational researchers have confirmed what many parents know: children’s academic progress
depends heavily on the talent and skills of the teacher leading their classroom. Although parents may fret over
their choice of school, research suggests that their child’s teacher assignment in that school matters a lot more.

Keyboarding: Generalkeyboarding

  1. Comparison if keyboarded and handwritten scripts

Keyboarding: IPad vs. traditional

  1. a study by Brady (n+18)
  2. iPad vs. PC

Note-taking (Digital vs. Handwritten)

  1. Study shows handwritten notes benefit students more
  2. Take notes by hand--data from research

Overall Educational Achievement

  1. PISA–Programme for International Student Achievement–2012 results

Parent Involvement in Education

  1. Parent Involvement: The Key To Improved Student Achievement
  2. A multivariate examination of parent involvement and the social and academic competencies of urban kindergarten children


  1. Play PDF
  2. Play Counts PDF



  1. Teacher pay around the world



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