Center on Education Policy Newsletter
Author(s): Jack Jennings
Published: January 27, 2012
Upon his retirement from the leadership of CEP, Jack Jennings reviews in this paper the three major school reform efforts of the last 50 years, proposes an agenda focused on the classroom, and advocates for the creation of a federal civil right to a good education to advance that agenda.
Author(s): Naomi Chudowsky, Victor Chudowsky, and Nancy Kober
Published: November 16, 2009
Using data from state reading and mathematics tests, this report takes an in-depth look at the performance of students with disabilities and highlights the problems with the testing data for these students.
(Updated April 6, 2010)
Author(s): Angela Minnici
Published: June 29, 2007
As part of its comprehensive, multiyear study of state and local implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act, the Center on Education Policy hosted a roundtable discussion on May 1, 2007 with leaders from 25 organizations to address potential improvements to the students with disabilities’ provisions of NCLB. For more information about this meeting see the meeting summary and guiding principles for reauthorization of ESEA/NCLB and other supporting material below provided by Nancy Reder and Stanley Rabinowitz, guest speakers invited to initiate our discussion.
Author(s): Myrna Mandlawitz
Published: February 1, 2003
The report summarizes the results of a 2002 study on special education programs in Chicago, Cleveland, and Milwaukee in relation to the reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Author(s): Nancy Kober
Published: February 1, 2002
The Good News and the Work Ahead - This review covers the advancements in special education programs at the national level over the past 25 years and the challenges ahead.
Author(s): Thomas Hehir, Lawrence C. Gloeckler & Margaret J. McLaughlin
Published: January 1, 2002
A compilation of three experts' opinions on what should or should not be changed in the reauthorization of the Children with Disabilities Education Act.