On Wednesday, I published the results of our latest ranking of top education policy people on social media. Now let’s look at organizations and media outlets.
… the results of teacher evaluations are used to give teachers better on-the-job training and meaningful opportunities for advancement.
Support for Common Core State Standards slips, but opponents are still in the minority; a majority opposes requirements to balance discipline rates across race; only a minority backs union fees for non-union teachers; support for charter schools and tax credits to fund private school scholarships dips, but a majority still favors them
Families have many options as 93 percent of public school students attend charter schools
An immersive, 360-degree panoramic view inside a Success Academy elementary school.
Martin R. West and Paul E. Peterson discuss the findings of the 2015 Education Next poll and compare the results with the findings from this week’s PDK/Gallup Poll.