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09 Oct 2014
AIR early childhood researchers briefed Washington policy makers on increased academic rigor in the nation’s kindergartens. 
09 Oct 2014
Can we create safe and supportive learning environments inside and outside the classroom? Experts give new ideas.
11 Sep 2014
At a panel June 3, experts discussed My Brother’s Keeper and building ladders of opportunity for boys and young men of color.

Recent Blog Posts

30 Nov 2016
We're getting new science and math scores from three major student assessments this year. Here's what to know before you dive into the data.
31 Oct 2016
New AIR study: teacher evaluation rubrics rarely focus on the instruction students need to achieve higher and deeper standards.
19 Oct 2016
Only 6 percent of foster kids earn a bachelor’s degree. How can foster families be supported in creating a college-going culture in their homes?

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Policy Center Events

Event Summaries

View a selection of event recaps and data. From panels and discussions to Capitol Hill briefings, AIR Researchers and other national experts share the latest findings-- what works and what doesn't-- as our schools grapple with enduring and emerging challenges of education in the 21st century.

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