• Open Educational Resources

    Is the federal government overstepping its role?

  • Raising More Than Test Scores

    Does attending a “no excuses” charter high school help students succeed in college?

  • Debunking the Myth of the “Teacher Pay Gap,” Again

    After adjusting for pensions and other benefits, teacher compensation is neither low nor falling

  • What Do We Know About School Discipline Reform?

    Assessing the alternatives to suspensions and expulsions

  • How Should States Design Their Accountability Systems?

    Education Next talks with Jeb Bush, Heather Hough, and Michael Kirst

What We’re Watching: Jeb Bush at Harvard

On October 13, Governor Jeb Bush spoke at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) Askwith Forum on new opportunities for state leadership on K-12 education policy

EdNext Podcast: Will Open Educational Resources Disrupt the Textbook Industry?

Teachers can now access a wealth of free resources online—from one image to a whole curriculum. But the growing reliance on open educational resources raises questions—who will produce them, how will they be compensated, how will educators be able to find the best ones, and how will all this affect the market for textbooks?

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