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03/05/2013 - CRRE Ranked No. 3 in United States by Scout Group
The Internet Scout Group ranked SOE’s Center for Research and Reform in Education (CRRE) number 3 in the nation in offering educators, researchers, and others with fast, convenient ways of staying informed about the most valuable online recourses.
02/25/2013 - Slavin, Andrews Recognized as top Education Researchers
Education Week's Rick Hess recognized SOE's Bob Slavin and David Andrews as two of the top educational researchers in the country.
07/05/2011 - Slavin in Ed Week
SOE researcher Bob Slavin comments on research protocols for Ed Week
12/29/2010 - Success for All Seeks i3 Partners
Success for All seeks partners
11/24/2010 - CRRE Director Quoted on New Jersey Bilingual Study
Slavin Quoted in Bilingual Study
08/05/2010 - SOE's Success for All Wins i3 Grant
SOE’s Success for All program receives largest grant from US Department of Education's Investing in Innovation fund.
07/07/2010 - CRRE Study Shows Benefit of Early Childhood programs
Early childhood education programs can have an important impact on increasing the school readiness of young children.
03/24/2010 - Slavin Chosen as AERA Fellow
Robert Slavin, director of the Center for Research and Reform in Education at Johns Hopkins University's School of Education, has been selected by the American Educational Research Association as one of its 67 new fellows.
12/10/2009 - Slavin Quoted in US News and World Report
In an article in U S News and World Report on President Obama’s $787 billion stimulus package for education reform, Bob Slavin of CRRE says the funds will have a huge impact but questions whether they will make a difference.
09/29/2009 - CRRE Identifies Effective Reading Interventions
One-to-one tutoring by certified teachers and reading specialists is the “gold standard” among interventions for struggling readers.
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