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Free Publications - Forum Outreach

The National Forum on Education Statistics develops free resources on a variety of issues that affect schools, school districts, and state education agencies. Each publication is based on extensive, objective research and the collective experience and expertise of a wide variety of education professionals. Past publications are reviewed and updated periodically to keep up with changes in a dynamic educational system.

Forum Outreach

Cover image thumbnail of the Shared Knowledge for Shared Success (brochure) (2010)      Shared Knowledge for Shared Success (brochure) (2010)
The Forum brochure, Shared Knowledge for Shared Success, is available to help raise awareness of the National Forum on Education Statistics and its many free resources.

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Cover image thumbnail of the Power Tools for Your Schools (brochure) (2003)   Power Tools for Your Schools (brochure) (2003)
The Forum brochure Power Tools for Your Schools is available for promoting free resources from the National Forum on Education Statistics.
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Cover image thumbnail of the Putting Numbers to Work for Schools (2003)   Putting Numbers to Work for Schools (2003)
The Forum brochure Putting Numbers to Work for Schools is available for promoting activities and publications of the National Forum on Education Statistics.
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Publications of the National Forum on Education Statistics do not undergo the formal review required for products of the National Center for Education Statistics. The information and opinions published here are the product of the National Forum on Education Statistics and do not necessarily represent the policy or views of the U.S. Department of Education or the National Center for Education Statistics.


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