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- Almanac of Policy Issues: Education: Latest news, background information and links on U.S. elementary, secondary, and higher education issues.
- America Counts: National Commission on Mathematics and Science Teaching for the 21st Century.
- Christian Science Monitor - Learning: News feed of the newspaper's weekly coverage of education topics.
- Daily News Headlines: From Edweek.
- Edexhell - Success through Disqualification: Campaigning for investigation into the UK examination board Edexcel, after a series of errors in papers, marking and information. Petition, timeline and other campaign details.
- Education Matters - Essays on Public Education: Sandra Nichols writes about bilingual education, safe schools, small schools and the importance of trust and good communication between students, parents, teachers, and administrators.
- Education Week on the Web: Weekly news on American education issues. Searchable archives.
- Educational Pathways to Power: An address by Hilary Lips - recipient of the New Zealand Federation of University Women's Distinguished American Scholar Award - and distributed by Radford University's Center for Gender Studies.
- Equity Center: Committed to helping public school personnel embrace the key concepts of equity and eliminate bias and discrimination in the context of their day-to-day activities.
- Expect the Best from a Girl: This site supports a national campaign for educational equity for girls in their early teens.
- From Inkwells to an Electronic Learning Community: Commentary on technological wonders as they impact education.
- Future of Freedom Foundation: Education: Collected essays presenting a libertarian perspective on the U.S. education system. Among the issues addressed are vouchers, compulsory attendance laws, and school violence.
- Heartland Institute - Education: Articles reporting on school issues and reform efforts in the US.
- Heritage Foundation Research: Education: Subject index of the think tank's policy papers on school choice, students' rights, charter schools, and other issues in U.S. education.
- In Your Right Mind: Focused on concern that the schools often fail students whose learning styles differ from the pattern labeled as "normal." Includes essays and an FAQ.
- Independent Voices for Better Education: Dedicated to improving education and educational accountability.
- International Correspondents in Education (ICE): ICE is a world-wide network of freelance journalists and copy-writers who specialise in education issues.
- Internet Sources for Higher Education Policy and Research: Links to higher education policy centers (both university-based and freestanding), associations, publications, and other policy-related issues, from the American Council on Education.
- Lessontutor.com - Educational Policy Issues: Essays about teaching and the politics of running schools.
- Massachusetts State Colleges Under Attack: Massachusetts state colleges are a tremendous `resource` for the state, but the commonwealth's own Board of Higher Education seems bent on their destruction.
- Media Visions: Articles and essays by journalist Ken Freed, covering issues related to literacy and educational technology.
- Moral Issues in Education: Research articles and other essays regarding character education in the United States and Japan, by Taku Ikemoto
- NPR : Homework: How Much is Too Much?: NPR presents a multi-part series on homework -- how educators are balancing mandates to improve test scores against a chronic lack of resources and the need for children to have enough time to be children. [Four segments, each in Realaudio format.]
- NPR/Kaiser/Kennedy School Education Survey: Public approves of higher taxes for schools, but wants fairness in funding; support weak for vouchers and unclear for charter schools. Read or take the poll.
- NYTimes.com - Sleep Is One Thing Missing in Busy Teenage Lives: Many teenagers live in a state of chronic sleep deficit that can affect mood, behavior, schoolwork and reaction time. [Requires free nytimes.com registration to view.]
- NYTimes.com - With Cheating on the Rise, More Colleges Are Turning to Honor Codes: Research shows less cheating at colleges with strong honor codes than at those without them, so some campuses are adopting codes for the first time. [Requires free nytimes.com registration to view.]
- National Center for Policy Analysis: NCPA's conservative positions on educational issues.
- National Center on Education and the Economy: Policies, tools, technical assistance and professional development that people everywhere can use to design and implement effective standards-based education and training systems.
- NoIndoctrination.org: Read student postings about sociopolitical bias in college courses and orientations.
- Organizational Development in Education: Optimizing schools, colleges, and universities through proven techniques such as cultural change, strategic measurement, process consulting, and other methods.
- PEPE, Inc.: The only organization in the Philippines specifically devoted to the advancement and propagation of the theory and practice of popular education. As part of its commitment to human development, PEPE provides education services to a diverse set of sectors and groups - urban poor, peasants, lawyers, doctors, women, and indigenous peoples.
- People For the American Way - Education Issues: Issues and articles.
- Popular EducationTool Kit: Popular Education is a tool to raise people's critical awareness about the world around them, based on their personal experience. This site includes resources and exercises using Popular Education techniques.
- Society for the Advancement of Excellence in Education: provides non-partisan research, information and communication on education to Canadian policy-makers, education partners and the public.
- Teaching and Learning Celebration: Explores the best practices regarding current educational issues as presented by leading educators.
- The Condition of Education (USA): An integrated collection of the indicators and analyses published in The Condition of Education 2000, 2001 and 2002.
- The Emperor's Nakedness: Undressing Ignorance in the Classroom: Pedagogy needs a re-think.
- The Kid-Safe Network: A nation-wide educational program to teach children and parents about the dangers of child molesters. Learn special methods to avoid these dangers.
- The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education: Provides action-oriented analyses of state and federal policies affecting education beyond high school.
- The Right to Education Project: A `resource` on the status of the right to education as outlined by the United Nations, supporting the work of the UN Special Rapporteur on education. Includes links to allied organizations.
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