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LPO Research and Outreach

National Center on Scaling Up Effective Schools (NCSU)
This national research and development center focuses on identifying the combination of essential components and the programs, practices, processes and policies that make some high schools in large urban districts particularly effective with low income students, minority students, and English Language Learners. Then the Center will work with teachers and school and district leaders to develop processes to share these practices with less effective schools.

Peabody Journal of Education
The Peabody Journal of Education (PJE), is America's second longest existing publication devoted to educational research, practice, and policy. PJE is committed to providing information and reasoned opinion that will enhance understanding and practice among institutions and individuals, in the United States and throughout the world, concerned with human learning and development.


Improving the Effectiveness of Digital Educational Tools - Heinrich

AIM Project - Does Teacher's Induction Affect Knowledge, Teaching, and Student Achievement? (a.k.a. "AIM")

Achievement Trade-Offs and No Child Left Behind - Ballou

The Development and Validation of the Vanderbilt Assessment of Leadership in Education - Goldring

National Research and Development Center on School Choice, Competition, and Achievement - Goldring

National Study of Schools of Choice in NWEA - Goldring

Statistical Methods to Control for Covariates in Teacher Value-Added Assessment - Ballou

The Impact of Curriculum Alignment and Leadership Training on Student Performance - Goldring