Resources

Case studies and news on successful Cambridge partners

 

Articles and papers on educational achievement and improvement

The Nation's Report Card: Mathematics 2009 (October 2009)

Letter to the Editor [PSAE Research Review], Commercial News (August 2009)

Achievement Gaps: How Black and White Students in Public Schools Perform in Mathematics and Reading on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (July 2009)

Supplemental Educational Services Report (April 2009)

Report of the National Commission on Adult Literacy (June 2008)

 

Links for educators

American School Counselor Association
National Association of Secondary School Principals
University Professional Continuing Education Association
US Dept of Education Office of Educational Technology
Office of Postsecondary Education (US Dept of Education)
Office of Higher Education Programs (US Dept of Education)

 

Links for parents and students

FinAid! - Guide to Financial Aid
US Dept of Education Student Guide
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
College is Possible
College Savings Plans Network
eStudentLoan
FastWEB Scholarship Search
Adventures in Education
Cash for College (from the NASFAA)

 

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