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NAEP results show achievement gap large, but math and reading scores stable

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Fourth- and eighth-grade results from the 2005 mathematics and reading assessments of the National Assessment of Educational Progress were released this morning by the National Center for Education Statistics. Peter Kloosterman, professor of mathematics education and executive associate dean of education in the Indiana University School of Education, has worked extensively with NAEP data and can discuss the results. He can be reached at 812-856-8147 and klooster@indiana.edu. Full Story >>

Living Well for October

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October's Living Well has a holiday theme. It includes a healthy gift guide, tips on making small talk, how to squeeze in workouts, and minimizing the bitterness of divorce for children. Full Story >>

Small talk made easy

Tipsheet: IU law experts comment on nomination of Harriet Miers

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Harriet Miers was nominated today (Oct. 3) by President George W. Bush to serve as a Supreme Court justice. Several Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington faculty members with notable expertise on the Supreme Court and the American legal system weighed in on her nomination. Full Story >>

Tipsheet: IU experts comment on confirmation of John Roberts

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Several Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington faculty members with notable expertise on the Supreme Court and the American legal system weighed in on the confirmation today (Sept. 29) of John Roberts as the 17th chief justice of the United States. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes -- Sept. 26 to Oct. 9, 2005

Menahem Pressler receives France's highest cultural honor

Menahem Pressler, a distinguished professor in the Indiana University School of Music, was presented with the Commandeur in the Order of Arts and Letters award, France's highest cultural honor, in a special ceremony on Saturday evening (Sept. 17). Full Story >>

Tipsheet: The O.J. verdict

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On Oct. 3, 1995, an estimated 150 million people watched the televised verdict of the O.J. Simpson trial. For many Americans the trial served as an introduction to the American judicial system. Three nationally recognized criminal law professors from the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington are available to offer their perspectives on the lasting impact of the Simpson trial on public perception of the American judicial system. Contact information for each professor is listed below. Full Story >>

Living Well

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September's Living Well tips discuss balance exercises that can be performed at home, a family television viewing strategy and the benefits of cooking your own food. Full Story >>

Tipsheet: Responses to Hurricane Katrina

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In response to Hurricane Katrina and the public policy issues arising from it, here are insights from three professors at Indiana University Bloomington who are experts on public health, real estate and public policy for natural disasters such as flooding. Also included are six professors with expertise ranging from disaster management in cities to homeland security. Full Story >>

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