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The Education Policy Center at American Institutes for Research (AIR) provides rigorous research- and evidence-based perspectives on education issues spanning prekindergarten to careers, including reports, briefs, legislative guides, and our InformED blog—all written by AIR experts.

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Julee Newberger, Interim Director

Jenni Fipaza, Project Manager

Carol Knopes, Editor


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Recent Blog Posts

22 May 2017
How are states going to tackle teacher shortages – and keep their great teachers? Ellen Sherratt analyzed 10 strategies from states’ new ESSA plans.
12 May 2017
A rigorous 2017 study found no significant effect of the $7 billion federal School Improvement Grant (SIG) program on student outcomes. But the story of SIG is far more complex. 
03 May 2017
How do teachers who receive credentials through TNTP’s alternative certification program compare to their more traditional counterparts?