Here you will find a wealth of education research on a variety of topics from many different credible sources. Click on your desired category on the left side of this page to find relating research. Information included here does not imply Georgia Partnership endorsement.
Note: If you are looking for the Common Core section, it has been moved to Policy Issues. You will find it there as Higher Georgia Standards.
Children's Outcomes and Classroom Quality from Pre-K Through Kindergarten - Findings from Year 2 of Georgia's Pre-K Longitudinal Study (Early Childhood)
FAFSA Completion Rates in 68 U.S. Cities for the High School Class of 2015 (Post Secondary)
K-3 Policymakers' Guide to Action: Making the Early Years Count (Policy Issues)
Past Is Prologue - State & Local Funding for Higher Education in the Next Recession (Funding)
Connecting College Students to Alternative Sources of Support (Post Secondary)
Show Me the Data: State Report Cards Must Answer Questions and Inform Answers (Other Topics)
Advancing Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Ed - Key Data Highlights Focusing on Race & Ethnicity & Promising Practices (Post Secondary & Achievement Gap/Equity)
The Promise & Peril of Predictive Analytics in Higher Education (Post Secondary)
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Here are a few education research sites worth checking. Know of others? Share with us!
American Institutes for Research - This non-profit often looks at education issues.
Education Research News (U.S. Dept. of Education)
Educational Researcher (American Education Research Association)
Inside School Research (Education Week)
The Wallace Foundation - Fosters improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone.