• The Open Access Dilemma

    How can community colleges better serve underprepared students?

  • Paying More for Less

    A review of “Lower Ed” by Tressie McMillan Cottom

  • Competency-Based Education, Put to the Test

    An inside look at learning and assessment at Western Governors University

  • Changing Our Teens One Family at a Time

    A review of “The Vanishing American Adult” by Ben Sasse

  • Is the Constitution Colorblind?

    Debating Antonin Scalia’s record on race and education

  • Pacesetter in Personalized Learning

    Summit charter network shares its model nationwide

What We’re Watching: Who is Responsible for a Student’s Success: Parents or Teachers?

In this 60-second video produced by AEI, Rick Hess argues that a partnership is necessary for success. He describes how KIPP charter schools ask teachers, parents, and students to sign a contract in which they all take responsibility for whether the student succeeds.

The Education Exchange: Trump’s School Choice Policies

This week, Paul talks to Charles Barone, the director of policy at Democrats for Education Reform, about the House Appropriation Committee’s decision to drop several of Donald Trump’s proposals to broaden school choice.

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