The 21st Century Charter School in Gary, Indiana is an example of a school that does “dual enrollment” right.
DeVos delivered a strong speech, articulating points that aren’t made often or forcefully enough.
The overlap in the population between those applying to college and those with a criminal record is bigger than many realize,
The Department of Education’s Office of the Inspector General released a faulty audit of a highly innovative model that complies with both the spirit and letter of the law.
Harvard’s Dan Koretz is just out with a thoughtful, immensely readable book that takes dead aim at test-based accountability.
Here’s what we think our new study means—and doesn’t mean—for both state-led and federal efforts to expand school choice.
Why are the unions not more concerned about a new study finding that 28% of district teachers miss more than ten days of school for personal and sick leave?
If civic virtue and a shared commitment to the common good are primary objects of schooling, a strong case can be made that school choice helps, not hinders, that mission
Research shows that racial and ethnic minority students are less likely to be identified for special education than white students when you take other student characteristics into account.
28.3 percent of teachers in traditional public schools miss eleven or more days of school for illness or personal reasons.
More than half of current U.S. college students think it’s OK to shout down a speaker who says offensive things.
There’s a lot of wisdom in Tinkering Toward Utopia and So Much Reform, So Little Change.
Figuring out how to help districts thrive in a high-choice environment is one of the toughest challenges out there.
Let’s stop asking urban districts to try to be something they aren’t.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will deliver the keynote address at “The Future of School Choice” on September 28, 2017
Are most schools accredited? Is accreditation required? Does accreditation even matter?
An interview with Joel Rose, co-founder and CEO of Teach to One, a venture that helps schools redesign classrooms and curricula to customize teaching and learning.
Like mud bricks made without straw, Maryland’s accountability plan is sure to crumble.
Many students start the academic year with achievement levels lower than where they were at the beginning of summer break.
The hyperbole that greeted the nothingburger of Trump’s budget swamped the chance to discuss whether some federal education spending should be cut.
An interview with the founder of NetGravity, Rocketship, and Zeal
A survey of school leaders that found they were spending 19 days a year on superfluous paperwork due to the state’s new teacher-evaluation system.
researchED is a professional development organization that aims to build the research literacy of educators.
The first step to gaining back and building support for charter schools is to hold them accountable for providing a quality education.
The New York Times ran an interminable front-page piece on Sunday raising doubts about the ethics and propriety of teachers who promote commercial products.