Report on the Condition of U.S. Education
Officials talked with reporters about the findings of the 2005 Condition of Education Report by the Department of Education’s… read more
Officials talked with reporters about the findings of the 2005 Condition of Education Report by the Department of Education’s Education Statistics Services Institute. The report is congressionally-mandated and contains forty indicators on conditions and trends in elementary, secondary, post-secondary, and adult education. The commissioner said the report measures the performance of U.S. students on national and international assessments, student performance in low and high-poverty schools, the academic level of courses completed by high school graduates, the qualifications of teachers, and trends in school expenditures. They showed charts from the report and answered reporters' questions. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Stephen Provasnik Senior Research Analyst Department of Education->Education Statistics Services Inst.
- Grover "Russ" J. Whitehurst Commissioner (Acting) National Center for Education Statistics
- John Wirt Editor National Center for Education Statistics
Trends in Academic Progress Report
Officials announced the release of a new federal report, The Nation’s Report Card - NAEP 2004 Trends in Academic…
Condition of Education 2006
The Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics released the annual…
Impact of Economic Stimulus on Education
Education Secretary Duncan spoke on how economic stimulus funds can advance President Obama’s education reform…
The guests debated different approaches to teaching sex education in schools. Ms. Pardue supported an…