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What We’re Watching: A New Federal Push on Private School Choice?

On Wednesday, January 18 at 1 pm, Fordham and Hoover will host a discussion of three of the options policymakers might consider as they try to launch a school choice program.

EdNext Podcast: What Went Wrong with Obama’s Teacher Evaluation Reform?

The efforts by the Obama administration to promote changes in the way teachers are evaluated have paid off in some ways but backfired in others.

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