ERIC Number: ED460771
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Reference Count: N/A
Economics, Test Scores, New President behind Legislative Changes.
Walker, Sherry Freeland, Ed.
State Education Leader, v19 n3 Fall 2001
This document is comprised of one issue of the "State Education Leader," published by the Education Commission of the States, an organization that helps state leaders identify, develop, and implement public policy for education that addresses current and future needs of a learning society. This newsletter issue focuses on the activities driving changes in state policy, including economic concerns, a new national report that graded state higher education systems, President Bush's "No Child Left Behind" initiative, and national test scores. The articles in this issue include: (1) "Economics, Test Scores, New President behind Legislative Changes" (Kathy Christie); (2) "Is the Party Over? Education Spending in Today's Economy" (Mike Griffith); (3) "Tax Credits for Education Gain Credibility" (Todd Ziebarth); (4) "Early Learning: What's New in States" (Kristie Kauerz); (5) "A National Report Card on Teacher Quality" (Ed Crowe); (6) "Higher Education Master Plans Gaining Ground" (John Borgen); (7) "Leadership in the States" (Katy Anthes); (8) "Ohio Partnerships Unite Districts, Universities" (Marga Torrence); (9) "Service-Learning: What's Happening in the States" (Lou Myers); and (10) "Community College Role Growing" (Genevieve Hale). (KB)
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Early Childhood Education, Educational Policy, Educational Quality, Elementary Secondary Education, Federal Legislation, Higher Education, Partnerships in Education, Periodicals, Program Descriptions, Service Learning, Standardized Tests, Tax Credits, Teacher Qualifications
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