Education Books Make Great Gifts

Our guide to the education policy books of 2014.

Does Better Observation Make Better Teachers?

New evidence from a 
teacher evaluation pilot in Chicago

No Common Opinion on the Common Core

Also teacher grades, school choices, and other findings from the 2014 EdNext poll. Full results also available at education next.org/edfacts

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Modern Maturity for Charter Schools

Litigation shows they have arrived

Common Core in the Classroom

New standards help teachers create effective lesson plans

Disruptive Innovation in Practice

A review of Michael B. Horn’s and Heather Staker’s “Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools”

A New Breed of Journalism

Education coverage is on the rise

Diplomas Must Recognize College and Career Readiness

Forum: Rethinking the High School Diploma



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The Reading Paradox: How Standards Mislead Teachers

We must stop trying to teach reading the way we teach math.

Conundrums in Competency

There seems to be growing enthusiasm for adopting competency-based approaches, but there are some philosophical and practical areas that administrators are still grappling with.

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On Top of the News

The Unbelievable Rise of Single Motherhood in America Over the Last 50 Years

12/22/14 | Washington Post

Behind the Headline

from the EdNext Archives

in the news

Was Moynihan Right?

Education Next

Emily Badger describes the dramatic changes in family structure that have taken place in the U.S. over the past 50 years using data from a new Ed Next article.

Jeb Bush Explores 2016 Presidential Race

12/16/14 | USA Today

Behind the Headline

from the EdNext Archives

in the news

Jeb Bush Speaks Out

Education Next

Jeb Bush announced on Tuesday that he will "actively explore" a 2016 presidential race. He spoke about his education record in Florida, the Common Core, and other education issues in an interview with Ed Next last month.

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Videos
What We’re Watching: Our Voices Will Be Heard

The Partnership for Educational Justice interviews nine parents who are plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging teacher tenure laws in New York .

Podcast
What We’re Listening To: How Does A Principal Work?

KIPP Academy Middle School principal Andrew Rubin describes his workday on this edition of Slate’s Working podcast.

Press Releases and Announcements
In the U.S., Nearly a Quarter of All Children Live with an Unmarried Mother

50 years after the Moynihan Report, the percentage of children in mother-only families has risen from around 25% to 50% among blacks, and around 7% to 19% among whites.


Experimental Study Shows Major Benefits for Students Who Attend Live Theater

Culturally enriching field trips increase knowledge, tolerance, and the ability to read emotions of others


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