EdStat: According to the Understanding America Study, 47 Percent of U.S. Adults Support Charter Schools
Our 2017 EdNext poll reported a sharp drop in support for new charter schools, but is public opinion bouncing back?
EdStat: Only 36 Percent of the Public Think the Federal Government Should Play the Largest Role in Setting Educational Standards
Opinion has shifted modestly away from federal control toward local control over the past two years.
EdStat: 58% of Less-Educated White Respondents Think the Number of Skilled Immigrant Visas Should be Decreased
In our 2017 EdNext poll, we asked respondents if the number of visas for skilled workers should be increased, decreased, or kept about the same
Public thinking on school choice, Common Core, higher ed, and more
EdNext poll compares charter, district, and private schools nationwide
Common Core and vouchers down, but many other reforms still popular
An interactive graphic displaying results from this year’s survey.
An interactive look at the EdNext poll through the past decade
Public thinking on testing, opt out, common core, unions, and more
The 2014 Education Next survey was released today. Check out our infographic interpretations of the results.
Also teacher grades, school choices, and other findings from the 2014 EdNext poll. Full results also available at education next.org/edfacts
Facts about local district performance alter public thinking
Americans React to Common Core and Other Education Policies
The 2012 EdNext-PEPG survey finds Hispanics give schools a higher grade than others do
Intense controversies do not alter public thinking, but teachers differ more sharply than ever
Probing American’s knowledge of school spending
The 2007 Education Next—PEPG Survey