Taking on New Jersey

A conversation with Chris Cerf

A conversation with Chris Cerf

For Digital Learning, the Devil’s in the Details

State planning is key to progress

State planning is key to progress

Budget Buster

Teachers sue to protect pensions

Teachers sue to protect pensions

“Hedge-Fund Guy” Emails Support to School Reformers

A conversation with Whitney Tilson

A conversation with Whitney Tilson

The Flipped Classroom

Online instruction at home frees class time for learning

Online instruction at home frees class time for learning

Low Expectations

An insider’s view of ed schools

An insider’s view of ed schools

The New Superintendent of Schools for New Orleans

A conversation with John White

A conversation with John White

Trouble in Kansas

Parents in a wealthy district sue to pay more taxes

Parents in a wealthy district sue to pay more taxes

Florida Reformers Got It Right

Hybrid schoolers reap the benefits

Hybrid schoolers reap the benefits

No Matter How You Ask the Question

School vouchers rebounded in 2011

School vouchers rebounded in 2011

All A-Twitter about Education

Improving our schools in 140 characters or less

Improving our schools in 140 characters or less

Virtual Schoolteacher

Online education works for teachers and students

Online education works for teachers and students

Teachers Swap Recipes

Educators use web sites and social networks to share lesson plans

Educators use web sites and social networks to share lesson plans

Thou Shalt Not Say Jesus

Do elementary school students have free-speech rights?

Do elementary school students have free-speech rights?

Eighth-Grade Students Learn More Through Direct Instruction

Students learned 3.6 percent of a standard deviation more if the teacher spent 10 percent more time on direct instruction. That’s one to two months of extra learning during the course of the year.

Cell Phones Are Ringing

Will educators answer?

Will educators answer?

By Rebecca Fortner    Briefs, Journal, School Life, Technology  

The Ninth Circuit v. Reality

Highly qualified teachers don’t grow on trees

Highly qualified teachers don’t grow on trees

Happy 10th Anniversary, Education Next!

Over the decade, we have witnessed—perhaps contributed to—the advance of school reform.

Lights, Camera, Action!

Using video recordings to evaluate teachers

Using video recordings to evaluate teachers

Texas Tackles the Data Problem

New system will give teachers information they can use

New system will give teachers information they can use

Wasting Talent

Everyone’s local school needs to do better

Everyone’s local school needs to do better

Educational Providence

New York courts close one door, federal money opens another

New York courts close one door, federal money opens another

Data-Driven and Off Course

An English teacher’s view

An English teacher’s view

We Know Our Schools

All school evaluations, like all politics, are local

All school evaluations, like all politics, are local

2+2=Litigation

New front opens in the math wars

New front opens in the math wars

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