Those who work in education research, policy, and practice frequently fail to communicate with one another, and when they do, each faction speaks a different language.
In their desire to protect disadvantaged students, the backers of a heavy-regulation approach have ironically done serious harm to these students by driving away most of the supply
Education mandate will create paperwork, not improve minority education
Support for Common Core State Standards slips, but opponents are still in the minority; a majority opposes requirements to balance discipline rates across race; only a minority backs union fees for non-union teachers; support for charter schools and tax credits to fund private school scholarships dips, but a majority still favors them
Fordham and EdFuel hosted a discussion about how education organizations can learn to recognize and retain their most talented staff and turn them into tomorrow’s leaders.
Michael Horn and Paul E. Peterson discuss the growth of personalized learning and how technology can help advance it.