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IES releases new report on federal support for attracting, training, and retaining educators (March 21, 2023)
Report describes district grantees' use of Teacher and School Leader funds and how well aligned this is with key aspects of the program.

Overview of the Middle Grades Longitudinal Study of 2017-18 (MGLS:2017) (March 16, 2023)
The Overview Technical Report provides general information about the Middle Grades Longitudinal Study of 2017-18 (MGLS:2017) and the data files and technical documentation that will be available separately through a research and development (R&D) license.

Local Providers' Practices and Challenges Linking Adult Education to Workforce Development in 2018-19 (March 8, 2023)
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.

Updated tables released with new and historical data on wide-ranging education topics (March 8, 2023)
A new release of tables from the Digest of Education Statistics provides information on large school districts, teacher characteristics, high school course taking and completion, postsecondary degrees, adult education, and more. The Digest is a comprehensive statistical reference for all levels of education in the United States.

Changes to ERICís Selection Policy of Currently Approved Journals  (March 7, 2023)
As part ERIC's Source Selection review, ERIC will now identify journals that have published over twice as many articles from the year it was accepted and flag them for further review. Learn more in our blog.

February Blogs from NCER and NCSER  (March 6, 2023)
NCER and NCSER recently published blogs that cover several topics in education. More information.

From the IES Director: Big Dreams for Big Data: A Look Ahead (March 1, 2023)
In a new blog, Director Mark Schneider highlights two ways IES is working to build a more modern, quicker, and less expensive infrastructure for education research and development.