5 lessons education research taught us in 2014

March 09, 2015
 

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Every year, research on education results in thousands of reports.  Sometimes they gather dust in the university library or languish in some forgotten corner of the Internet.

Often, though, they have information teachers, principals and policymakers can use. NPR Ed looked over a list from the American Educational Research Association to find some of the most useful research results, including the best way to teach math to struggling first-graders and the effectiveness of aligning a curriculum to a set of standards.

See the NPR Ed list.