Changing school start times could boost learning at a very low cost.
The obstacles are immense and the likelihood of these insights being applied on a large scale in the United States anytime soon are lamentably tiny.
Only 20% of teachers ever receive full benefits, while more than half receive nothing
Effective teachers boost grades and test scores, in both their own and subsequent courses
What if all public schools were held accountable through contracts that gave them freedom in return for results?
Jonathan Smith speaks with Marty West about how an effort to recognize high-scoring Hispanic students boosts the chances that those students will enroll in and graduate from four-year institutions.