Answered By: Susan Adland Last Updated: Mar 08, 2017 Views: 24
Take a look at the Education subject guide for a number of starting points, see the link below. For online resources here are some that should be helpful: ERIC via ProQuest. ERIC keeps track of what's being published in the education literature (especially good for U.S.-related policy issues). For international-focused policy scholarly literature, search in the PAIS International database. Use the "Find It" button to determine if you can access full text online for both ERIC and PAIS.
For Internet sites:
For U.S.-related policy, look at the U.S. Department of Education's Web site.
For international policy, you may need to look for country or region-specific information, so try viewing--
For statistics sites:
Use the Education statistics subject guide, and look more closely at the following--
- National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) data sets.