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- The SAT: Aptitude or Demographics? - Glenn Elert
A paper discussing the SAT's validity, coachability, biases, and implications, especially with respect to race and socioeconomic status.
- Scirus - Elsevier
A search engine that searches only those web sites containing scientific content, such as university web sites and author homepages, as well as the ScienceDirect database of scientific information resources drawn from thousands of journals and books.
- Through the Glass Wall: Computer Games for Mathematical Empowerment (TERC) - Testbed for Collaboration, Eisenhower Regional Consortia
An NSF-funded research project that has spent two years looking at how girls and boys play mathematical computer games in order to consider and describe what makes a good mathematical and equitable computer game. The site provides descriptions of over
- Tracking - Education Week on the Web
Should schools -- as the engine of democracy -- provide relatively similar curricula for all students? Or should they instead sort students by skill levels and prepare them for their different roles as adults? A discussion of the pros and cons of tracking,
- U.S. Department of Education
Extensive and varied education information in categories including: educational initiatives (President's and Secretary's priorities), funding opportunities, student financial assistance, research and statistics, news and events, programs and services,
- Washington MESA
Washington MESA (Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement) is developing middle and high school curriculum units and middle school modules/books available through Cuisenaire Dale Seymour Publications that integrate concepts within mathematics
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