- Top 10 Education Next Blog Entries of 2014
A list of listsBy Education Next
- The Top Education Next Articles of 2014
Just the facts, please!By Education Next
- Was Moynihan Right?
What happens to the children of unmarried mothersBy Sara McLanahan and Christopher Jencks
- Moynihan and the Single-Parent Family
The 1965 report and its backlashBy James T. Patterson
- Education Books Make Great Gifts
Our guide to the education policy books of 2014.By Education Next
- Does Better Observation Make Better Teachers?
New evidence from a teacher evaluation pilot in ChicagoBy Matthew P. Steinberg and Lauren Sartain
A list of lists
Just the facts, please!
What happens to the children of unmarried mothers
The 1965 report and its backlash
Our guide to the education policy books of 2014.
New evidence from a teacher evaluation pilot in Chicago
Also teacher grades, school choices, and other findings from the 2014 EdNext poll. Full results also available at education next.org/edfacts
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Litigation shows they have arrived
New standards help teachers create effective lesson plans
A review of Michael B. Horn’s and Heather Staker’s “Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools”
Education coverage is on the rise
Forum: Rethinking the High School Diploma
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The online training program’s diverse assessment system and its flexibility should help us move toward a competency-based learning system in which time is variable but learning is constant.
In 2016 neither Jeb Bush’s Republican primary opponents nor Hillary Clinton nor even Elizabeth Warren will be able to ignore the poor state of the nation’s schools. For they will be facing a candidate with the strongest school reform credentials any presidential candidate has ever had.
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Jeb Bush announced on Tuesday that he will "actively explore" a 2016 presidential race. He spoke about his education record in Florida, the Common Core, and other education issues in an interview with Ed Next last month.
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According to a report from the Census Bureau, children who live with two married parents are much more likely to participate in extracurricular activities than other children. A new Ed Next article looks at the impact of the rise of single parent families on educational and other outcomes for children.
A two-tiered high school diploma would much more effectively communicate the very real difference in education at the high school level. It would mean that gaps in readiness would be named and quantified, rather than hidden.
The Partnership for Educational Justice interviews nine parents who are plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging teacher tenure laws in New York .
KIPP Academy Middle School principal Andrew Rubin describes his workday on this edition of Slate’s Working podcast.
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50 years after the Moynihan Report, the percentage of children in mother-only families has risen from around 25% to 50% among blacks, and around 7% to 19% among whites.
Culturally enriching field trips increase knowledge, tolerance, and the ability to read emotions of others
EdNext in the News
Have Democrats Failed the White Working Class?
The New York Times | 12/9/14
Michigan's charter failure continues
Detroit Free Press | 12/7/14
Jeb Bush Speech Will Add to 2016 Election Intrigue
The Wall Street Journal | 11/19/14
Jeb Bush on Common Core
Herald Tribune | 11/12/14
Arts Education: Learning From Live Theater
Education Week | 10/28/14
Study finds field trips bring learning to life
NWAonline | 10/23/14
One more reason states should reject Common Core
Miami Herald | 10/19/14
Watching live theater improves kids' brains, newsmagazine reports
New Orleans Times-Picayune | 10/15/14
Student scores: Why we're not No. 1 — or even No. 10
Bucks County Courier Times | 9/21/14
Common Core State Standards moving ahead in area schools
Press of Atlantic City | 9/17/14
The Public Turns Against Teacher Tenure
The Wall Street Journal | 8/19/14
Support For The Common Core Plummets, Especially Among Teachers
Huffington Post | 8/19/14
Support Slipping for Common Core, Especially Among Teachers, Poll Finds
Education Week | 8/19/14
Most Americans support national standards unless they're called Common Core. Time for rebranding?
Atlanta Journal-Constitution | 8/19/14
Poll: Common Core support among teachers plummets, with fewer than half supporting it
The Washington Post | 8/19/14
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