We’ve discouraged practitioners from talking plainly about practical challenges—and made it hard for them to be heard when they do
Parents are an untapped resource for reform. It’s time to give them—to give us—a voice.
Having more educational options creates incentive for families to seek out data
U.S. teachers on average have lower expectations for black students than for white students
On Thursday, December 7, 2017, starting at 9 am, AEI hosts a day-long research conference on rural education.
Earlier this month, the Boston School Committee announced that it would start high schools later and elementary schools earlier so that teenagers can get the sleep they need. Marty West talks with Finley Edwards, the author of “Do Schools Begin Too Early?” about his findings that later school start times increase student achievement in math and reading and have many other benefits.