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IES releases new report examining text messaging as a possible means of increasing college enrollment among adults from underserved backgrounds

A new report examines the effectiveness of customized text messages in increasing college enrollment and Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion rates among adults seeking services from Educational Opportunity Centers. » More info


IES releases new report on state efforts to develop innovative academic assessments

Report describes early implementation and progress of the first five state assessment systems approved under the federal Innovative Assessment Demonstration Authority. » More info


IES releases new report on federal support for attracting, training, and retaining educators

Report describes district grantees' use of Teacher and School Leader funds and how well aligned this is with key aspects of the program. » More info


Local Providers' Practices and Challenges Linking Adult Education to Workforce Development in 2018-19

A new report examines local implementation of adult education funded under Title II of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, with a focus on provider practices and challenges related to the legislation's emphasis on strengthening the connection between adult education and workforce development. » More info


IES releases new report: The Effects of an Academic Language Program on Student Reading Outcomes

Helping English learners and economically disadvantaged students read as well as their more advantaged peers is a challenge for many schools. » More info


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