• Rich Insights on Poverty

    A review of “Coming of Age in the Other America,” by Stefanie DeLuca, Susan Clampet-Lundquist, and Kathryn Edin

  • Common Confusion

    Most kids in America aren’t on track for success. Why don’t they and their parents know it?

  • Ed Reform Rollback in New York City

    Mayor de Blasio’s efforts remain a work in progress

  • Ten-year Trends in Public Opinion From the EdNext Poll

    Common Core and vouchers down, but many other reforms still popular

  • The Politics of the Common Core Assessments

    Why states are quitting the PARCC and Smarter Balanced testing consortia

  • Making Sense of the Opt-Out Movement

    Education Next talks with Scott Levy and Jonah Edelman

What We’re Watching: Economic Segregation and Student Poverty

In this video, NPR’s Cory Turner looks at which states have the most-segregating school district boundaries– borders with the largest difference in child poverty rates from one side to the other.

EdNext Podcast: Should Massachusetts Allow More Charter Schools?

In November, voters will have a chance to weigh in directly on the state’s charter school policy. Should they vote to allow more charter schools? Which direction does the evidence point?

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