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Alexander, L., & James, H.T. (1987). The Nation’s Report Card: Improving the Assessment of Student Achievement. (with a review of the report by a Committee of the National Academy of Education, by Glaser, R). Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Anderson, R. C., Hiebert, E. H., Scott, J. A., Wilkinson, I. G. (1985). Becoming a Nation of Readers: The Report of the Commission on Reading. Champaign, Illinois: Center for the Study of Reading. Download here.

Bailey, S. K. Prejudice and Pride: The Brown Decision After Twenty-Five Years, May 17, 1954 – May 17, 1979. Download here.

Carroll, J. B., and others. (1984). Improving Education: Perspectives on Educational Research. National Academy of Education.

Chmielewski, A. K., & Dhuey, E. (2016). The Analysis of International Large-Scale Assessments to Address Causal Questions in Education Policy. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Cook T. D. (2014).Testing Causal Hypotheses Using Longitudinal Survey Data: A Modest Proposal for Modest Improvement. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Darling-Hammond, L., Baratz-Snowden, J. (Eds.). (2005). A Good Teacher in Every Classroom : Preparing the Highly Qualified Teachers Our Children Deserve. National Academy of Education Committee on Teacher Education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Available from the Wiley Web site.

Darling-Hammond, L., Bransford, J. (Eds.). (2005). Preparing Teachers for a Changing World. National Academy of Education Committee on Teacher Education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Available from the Wiley Web site.

Dynarski, S. (2014). Building Better Longitudinal Surveys (on the Cheap) Through Links to Administrative Data. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Espelage, D. L. (2014). Using NCES Surveys to Understand School Violence and Bullying. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Feinburg, W., et al. (1980). Revisionists Respond to Ravitch. National Academy of Education.

Feuer, M. J., Floden, R. E., Chudowsky, N., and Ahn, J. (2013). Evaluation of teacher preparation programs: Purposes, methods, and policy options. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Feuer, M. J., Berman, A. I., & Atkinson, R. C. (Eds.). (2015). Past as Prologue: The National Academy of Education at 50. Members Reflect. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Glaser, R., Linn, R., & Bohrnstedt, G. (1992). Assessing Student Achievement in the States.The First Report of the National Academy of Education Panel on the Evaluation of the NAEP Trial State Assessment: 1990 Trial State Assessment. National Academy of Education.

Glaser, R., Linn, R., & Bohrnstedt, G. (1992). Assessing Student Achievement in the States: Background Studies. Studies for the Evaluation of the NAEP Trial State Assessment Commissioned for the National Academy of Education Panel Report on the 1990 Trial. National Academy of Education.

Glaser, R., Linn, R., & Bohrnstedt, G. (1993). The Trial State Assessment: Prospects and Realities. The Third Report of the National Academy of Education Panel on the Evaluation of the NAEP Trial State Assessment: 1992 Trial State Assessment. National Academy of Education.

Glaser, R., Linn, R., & Bohrnstedt,G. (1994). The Trial State Assessment: Prospects and Realities: Background Studies. Studies of the National Academy of Education Panel on the Evaluation of the NAEP Trial State Assessment: 1992 Trial State Assessment. National Academy of Education.

Glaser, R., Linn, R., & Bohrnstedt, G. (1994). Quality and Utility. The 1994 Trial State Assessment in Reading, Background Studies. Studies of the National Academy of Education Panel on the Evaluation of the 1994 National Assessment of Educational Progress Trial State Assessment in Reading. National Academy of Education.

Glaser, R., Linn, R., & Bohrnstedt, G. (1996). Quality and Utility: The 1994 Trial State Assessment in Reading. The Fourth Report of the National Academy of Education Panel on the Evaluation of the NAEP Trial State Assessment: 1994 Trial State Assessment in Reading. National Academy of Education.

Glaser, R., Linn, R., & Bohrnstedt, G. (1997). Assessment in Transition: Monitoring the Nation’s Educational Progress. National Academy of Education.

Glaser, R., Linn, R., & Bohrnstedt, G. (1997). Assessment in Transition: Monitoring the Nation’s Educational Progress. Background Studies of the Final Report of the National Academy of Education Panel on the Evaluation of the NAEP Trial State Assessment. National Academy of Education.

Grossman, P. (2014). Collecting Evidence of Instruction with Video and Observation Data in NCES Surveys. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Ho, A. (2017). Advancing Educational Research and Student Privacy in the “Big Data” Era. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education.

Jude, N., & Kuger, S. (2018). Questionnaire Development and Design for International Large-Scale Assessments (ILSAs): Current Practice, Challenges, and Recommendations. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Lagemann, E. C., & Shulman, L.S. (Eds.). (1999). Issues in Education Research: Problems and Possibilities. San Francisco: Jossey Bass, 1999.

Lemann, N. (2017). Education Journalism. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Linn, R. L., & Welner, K. G. (Eds.). (2007). Race-Conscious Policies for Assigning Students to Schools: Social Science Research and the Supreme Court Cases. National Academy of Education Committee on Social Science Research Evidence on Racial Diversity in Schools. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Loeb, S. (2014). Linking NCES Surveys to Administrative Data. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Loehlin, J. C., Lindzey, G. & Spuhler, J.N. (1975). Authors’ Rejoinder: Race Differences in Intelligence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Education, 2.

McLaughlin, M. W., Shepard, L.A., & O’Day, J.A. (1995). Improving Education through Standards-Based Reform. Report by The National Academy of Education Panel on Standards-Based Education Reform. National Academy of Education. Download here.

Moore, K. A., Lippman, L., & Ryberg, R. (2014). Improving Outcome Measures Other Than Achievement. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Muller, C. (2014). New Tools for Measuring Context. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

National Academy of Education. (2013). Adaptive Educational Technologies: Tools for Learning, and for Learning About Learning, G. Natriello (Ed.). Washington, DC: Author. Download here.

National Academy of Education. (2009). Education Policy White Paper on Science and Mathematics Education. J. Kilpatrick and H. Quinn (Eds.). Washington, DC: Author. Download here.

National Academy of Education. (2009). Education Policy White Paper on Standards, Assessments, and Accountability. L. Shepard, J. Hannaway, E. Baker (Eds.). Washington, DC: Author. Download here.

National Academy of Education. (2009). Education Policy White Paper on Teacher Quality. S. Wilson (Ed.). Washington, DC: Author. Download here.

National Academy of Education. (2009). Education Policy White Paper on Time for Learning. B. Rowan, (Ed.). Washington, DC: Author. Download here.

National Academy of Education. (1999, March). Recommendations Regarding Research Priorities: An Advisory Report to the National Educational Research Policy and Priorities Board. National Academy of Education. Download here.

National Research Council and National Academy of Education. (2010). Getting Value Out of Value-Added: Report of a Workshop. Committee on Value-Added Methodology for Instructional Improvement, Program Evaluation, and Educational Accountability, Henry Braun, Naomi Chudowsky, and Judith Koenig, Editors. Center for Education, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Download here.

National Research Council and National Academy of Education. (2011). High School Dropout, Graduation, and Completion Rates: Better Data, Better Measures, Better Decisions.Committee for Improved Measurement of High School Dropout and Completion Rates: Expert Guidance on Next Steps for Research and Policy Workshop, Robert M. Hauser and Judith Anderson Koenig, Editors. Center for Education, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Download here.

Rumbaut, R. G. (2014). Using NCES Surveys to Understand the Experiences of Immigrant-Origin Students. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Rutkowski, L. (2016). A Look at the Most Pressing Design Issues in International Large-Scale Assessments. Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Download here.

Research and the Renewal of Education. (1991). A Report from the National Academy of Education. Project on Funding Priorities for Educational Research. Funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. National Academy of Education.

Schramm, W. (1976). The Second Harvest of Two Research-Producing Events: The Surgeon General’s Inquiry and Sesame Street. Proceedings of the National Academy of Education, 3.

Snow, C., Griffin, P., & Burns, M.S. (Eds.). (2005). Knowledge to Support the Teaching of Reading: Preparing Teachers for a Changing World. National Academy of Education Committee on Teacher Education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2005. Available from the Wiley Web site.

Shepard, L. A., Glaser, R., Linn, R., & Bohrnstedt, G. (1993). Setting Performance Standards For Student Achievement. Report of the NAE Panel on the Evaluation of the NAEP Trial State Assessment: An Evaluation of the 1992 Achievement Levels. National Academy of Education, 1993. Download here.

Shepard, L. A., Glaser, R., Linn, R., & Bohrnstedt, G. (1993) Setting Performance Standards For Student Achievement: Background Studies. Report of the NAE Panel on the Evaluation of the NAEP Trial State Assessment: An Evaluation of the 1992 Achievement Levels. National Academy of Education.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Education

Vol. 1, 1965-1974. National Academy of Education, 1974.

Vol. 2, 1975. National Academy of Eduation, 1975.

Vol. 3, 1976. National Academy of Education, 1976.

Vol. 4, 1977. National Academy of Education, 1978.

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