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Ginsberg, Yuan Chang; Hollands, Fiona M.; Holmes, Venita R.; Shand, Robert; Evans, Pamela; Blodgett, Ryan; Wang, Yixin; Head, Laura – Educational Policy, 2024
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) of 2015 requires that K-12 educational agencies invest federal education funds in evidence-based practices. We estimated what percentage of Title I funds at a large school district are invested in practices supported by a single study meeting one of the top three tiers of evidence as defined by ESSA. Over 95%…
Descriptors: Educational Legislation, Federal Legislation, Elementary Secondary Education, Evidence Based Practice
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Perry, Elissa L. – Educational Policy, 2024
This paper provides a qualitative review of research related to sexual harassment interventions employed in institutions of higher education (IHEs) and introduces a needs assessment process that IHE administrators can use to inform their choice of intervention. Additionally, this paper provides direction regarding how to assess the impact of…
Descriptors: Sexual Harassment, Higher Education, Intervention, Needs Assessment
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Willse, Cadence – Educational Policy, 2024
The rapid transition to emergency remote teaching in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic altered public education as schools closed across the United States. Eighty percent of teachers reported interacting with students online, often utilizing free technology like Zoom and Google Workspace for Education. This article provides a comprehensive…
Descriptors: State Departments of Education, Governance, Electronic Learning, Privacy
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Kenney, Allison W.; Dulong Langley, Susan; Hemmler, Vonna; Callahan, Carolyn M.; Gubbins, E. Jean; Siegle, Del – Educational Policy, 2024
Differentiation is an instructional practice teachers employ to modify their classroom content, process, and products based on student readiness, interest, and learning profile. Many school districts recognize the benefits of differentiated instruction and thus mandate allotted classroom time for its implementation. In this article, we investigate…
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Board of Education Policy, Theory Practice Relationship, Accountability
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Emily M. Hodge; Serena J. Salloum; Susanna L. Benko – Educational Policy, 2024
State educational agency content coordinators commonly experience tensions in their professional roles related to distinct sets of beliefs, or logics, about who "should" control what students learn: the state bureaucracy, the local community, or the broader profession. Using an institutional logics frame and drawing on interviews with…
Descriptors: State Departments of Education, Coordinators, Professional Identity, Role Perception
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Kate Menken; Ivana Espinet; Sharon Avni – Educational Policy, 2024
New York City offers an example of the national trend to expand dual language bilingual education (DLBE) programs, yet only a small proportion of multilingual learners are enrolled in these programs in city schools. Our examination of new DLBE programs in three city schools builds on research about the "gentrification" of DLBE.…
Descriptors: School Turnaround, Leadership, School Administration, Bilingual Education Programs
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Billie-Jo Grant; Jeffrey Haverland; Jessica Kalbfleisch – Educational Policy, 2024
This study examined the prevalence of student-to-student and staff-to-student sexual harassment in K-12 schools and school district compliance with Title IX using a retrospective survey of young adults. Participants (n = 511) were asked to describe their knowledge of policies and procedures regarding Title IX, the prevalence of sexual harassment,…
Descriptors: Incidence, Sexual Harassment, Elementary Secondary Education, Compliance (Legal)
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Mandy Savitz-Romer; Tara P. Nicola; Heather T. Rowan-Kenyon; Stephanie Carroll – Educational Policy, 2024
This study explores the prevalence and implementation of four key school counseling policies at the state level and to what extent they are monitored for positive impact on the school counseling profession. Drawing on an analysis of state school counseling policy documents and interviews with school counseling leaders from 30 state education…
Descriptors: School Counseling, State Departments of Education, State Policy, State Officials
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Angela M. Lyle; James P. Spillane; Christa Haverly – Educational Policy, 2024
This comparative case study explores how 18 state education agencies (SEAs) support school districts in advancing standards-based elementary science reform. We identify how SEAs understand their work in advancing elementary science reform and describe how SEAs sought to engage districts in bridging from standards to classroom practice. Based on…
Descriptors: Elementary Schools, Science Education, Curriculum Development, Academic Standards
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Michael W. Apple – Educational Policy, 2024
Books for and in schools are commodities. They form a central part of the political economy of publishing. They are also, profoundly, sites of cultural and ideological conflict. While always there, there are periods when these economic and ideological conflicts are even more powerful. This is just such a time. This reality asks us to also examine…
Descriptors: Books, School Libraries, Censorship, Politics of Education
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Nora Reikosky – Educational Policy, 2024
In response to COVID-19 many companies, particularly technology companies, voluntarily attended to the strained education sector by donating or temporarily discounting their core products, generating public support and gratitude. This type of philanthropic corporate action demonstrates an expansive and perhaps increasing function in the…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Corporate Support, School Business Relationship
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Katrina Bulkley; Amanda Lu; Kate Meza Fernandez; Alica Gerry – Educational Policy, 2024
Charter school authorizers shape which charter schools open, where they open, and who they serve. We draw on principal agent theory to investigate how the priorities and practices of nine authorizers intersected with charter school applications' attention to the needs of historically marginalized students. Using data from interviews and…
Descriptors: Disproportionate Representation, Disadvantaged Youth, Minority Groups, Charter Schools
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Stephanie Aguilar-Smith; Erin Doran – Educational Policy, 2024
Understanding the development of major educational policies is essential, especially federal policies integral to Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs)--one of the fastest-growing types of postsecondary institutions in the United States, which collectively serve over two-thirds of Latina/o/x-identified college students. Accordingly, in this…
Descriptors: Minority Serving Institutions, Hispanic American Students, Educational Policy, State Policy
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Levatino, Antonina; Parcerisa, Lluís; Verger, Antoni – Educational Policy, 2024
Under test-based accountability, side-effects--including practices to inflate test results, often seen as cheating--are usually associated to so-called high-stakes policies. However, the influence of different types of stakes in the generation of this type of practices has been overlooked in education research. Based on a survey experiment, our…
Descriptors: Accountability, Educational Policy, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Motivation
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Uttermark, Matthew J.; Mackie, Kenneth R.; Weissert, Carol S.; Artiles, Alexandra – Educational Policy, 2024
For decades, charter schools have been promoted as a panacea for increasing competition in the educational marketplace. Supporters argue that increased choice forces neighboring schools to innovate, while opponents contend that charters "skim" students and funds away from traditional public schools (TPS). We test the two differing views…
Descriptors: Charter Schools, Traditional Schools, Competition, Academic Achievement
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