• School Closures In New York City

    Did students do better after their high schools were closed?

  • Continuing Change in Newark

    To protect reform, Chris Cerf builds collaborative relationships

  • Strictly Discrimination

    Supreme Court favors race-based policies

  • Think Big, Go Small

    A different approach to starting a school

  • The Politics of the Common Core Assessments

    Why states are quitting the PARCC and Smarter Balanced testing consortia

  • The Promise and Pitfalls of Virtual Charter Schools

    A forum by Tom Vander Ark and Greg Richmond

What We’re Watching: Teaching Rich and Poor Alike

Amanda Ripley and Robert Pondiscio discuss whether poor kids should be taught using the same methods as rich kids. This discussion was part of the New York Times’ Cities of Tomorrow event.

EdNext Podcast: Will Leaked Plans to Boost L.A. Charter Schools Harm Them Instead?

Los Angeles has over 41,000 students on charter school wait lists. But when the school district and teachers union got wind of the Broad Foundation’s plan to help launch schools to serve those students, simmering tensions over charter school expansion exploded.

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