ERIC Number: ED457553
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1999
Model Professional Development Programs Win Recognition.
Price, Kathleen C., Ed.; Quinn, Peggy, Ed.
OERI Bulletin, Fall 1999.
This bulletin is designed to illustrate the broad range of research and improvement activities supported by the Office of Educational Research and Improvement. Contents include: "Model Professional Development Programs Win Recognition,""Are Our Schools Safe?,""Charter Schools on the Rise,""What to Expect Your First Year of Teaching,""Evaluating Technology in Schools and Classrooms,""Research Agenda Planned for American Indian and Alaska Native Education,""About ED PUBS,""Attaining Excellence: TIMSS as a Starting Point to Examine Mathematics," and "NCES Releases 'Education Statistics Quarterly.'" The Research Roundup section contains: "GED Credential Improves Earning for Some,""How to Educate English Language Learners,""English Achievement in High School Classrooms," and"Teachers and Technology." The publications list contains seven new releases related to elementary and secondary education, four on postsecondary education, and nine covering miscellaneous topics. A phone list for accessing departments and personnel of the Office of Educational Research and Improvement is provided on the last page. (RT)
Descriptors: American Indian Education, Bulletins, Charter Schools, Educational Improvement, Educational Research, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Government Publications, Professional Development, School Safety
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Policymakers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC.
Note: This issue of the OERI Bulletin will be the final hardcopy distributed via the mail. All subsequent issues will be available electronically through the OERI Web site. Readers without Web access may still receive a free single copy by contacting ED Pubs.