What explains the disappointing results?
From the Editor: Some highlights from the Spring 2018 issue of Education Next
Should schools act as community hall monitors?
The next technology that could disrupt the classroom
In our most recent public-opinion survey, we find sharp differences between Democrats and Republicans about the value of a bachelor’s degree (as distinct from a two-year associate’s degree).
New Mexico’s former state chief talks ed reform
Can machine learning unlock the keys to great teaching?
But Blaine Amendments stand, for now
In 2002, years before the current fervor over personalized learning, the state of Florida embraced a primitive form of the concept with its test-based promotion policy.
An entrepreneur discovers his calling in education
Florida courts uphold tax credits
Can a buzzword deliver on its promise?
The Supreme Court has a new opportunity to clarify matters in a case scheduled for oral argument on April 19, just days after Justice Neil Gorsuch’s arrival on the bench.
Supreme Court raises level of benefit
A teacher-parent-wonk shops for a school
For Eureka Math, open-source leads to a revenue stream
Can micro-credentials reboot professional development?
Unions challenge constitutionality of reforms
Learning to think in a new way
The best solution may be to offer federal support for programs that the states themselves design, advancing the cause of school choice while respecting the principle of local control that Trump has also championed.
Using computers — and creativity — to customize instruction
Question 2 has given Massachusetts voters a unique chance to weigh in on the future of school choice in their state.
Most kids in America aren’t on track for success. Why don’t they and their parents know it?
Big transitions are underway throughout American education.
Supreme Court favors race-based policies