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Educational Research Reports: 2004
In keeping with our mission as a land grant university, Michigan State University's College of Education is pleased to introduce the Research Report Series. These reports disseminate, in summary form, some of the research that is being conducted by faculty in the College. The reports highlight the practice and policy implication of the research and provided references and internet links to the unabridged research.
November, 2004
A Case of Educational Change: Improving Student Achievement Through a School-University Partnership
Troy Mariage and Arthur Garmon

Children’s Literacy Development: Making It Happen through School, Family, and Community Involvement
Patricia Edwards

A Path to Follow: Learning to Listen to Parents
Patricia Edwards, Heather Pleasants and Sarah Franklin

October, 2004

Michigan Residents Grade Their Schools
Chris Reimann, Kwanghyun Lee and Tara Donohue

False Start in Michigan: The Early Implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act
David N. Plank and Professor Christopher Dunbar, Jr.

Michigan School Finance Under Proposal A
Professor David Arsen and David Plank

September, 2004
California Dreaming:
Reforming Mathematics Education

Suzanne Wilson

Factors Affecting Technology Uses in Schools
Yong Zhao and Kenneth Frank

Motivating Primary-Grade Students
Michael Pressley and his colleagues

May, 2004
Teacher Recruitment and Teacher Quality?
Are Charter Schools Different

Marisa Burian-Fitzgerald and Debbi Harris

Changing Composition of Michigan Households
Betty Menchik

Who's Teaching in Michigan's Traditional and Charter Public Schools
David Plank and Debbi Harris

March 20, 2004
A Study of Michigan's School Principal Shortage
Phil Cusick

Michigan's Role in Monitoring Home Schools
David Plank and Tara Donahue

Eighth-Grade Mathematics from an International Perspective
Leland Cogan and William Schmidt

January 30, 2004
Meeting the Accountability Challenge: A Handbook for Michigan Educators
David Plank and his colleagues

No school left behind? The distribution of Michigan's public school teachers
Debbi Harris and Lisa Ray

A Rubric for Technology Professional Development
Yong Zhao and his colleagues

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