Betsy DeVos, the (Relatively Mainstream) Reformer

A long record refutes the radical image of the education secretary

What Do Parents Think of Their Children’s Schools?

EdNext poll compares charter, district, and private schools nationwide

How Satisfied are Parents with Their Children’s Schools?

New evidence from a U.S. Department of Education survey

The Charter Model Goes to Preschool

Despite obstacles, innovative new programs expand access

Open Educational Resources

Is the federal government overstepping its role?

What Do We Know About School Discipline Reform?

Assessing the alternatives to suspensions and expulsions

Ed Reform Rollback in New York City

Mayor de Blasio’s efforts remain a work in progress

Ten-year Trends in Public Opinion From the EdNext Poll

Common Core and vouchers down, but many other reforms still popular

Continuing Change in Newark

To protect reform, Chris Cerf builds collaborative relationships

The Politics of the Common Core Assessments

Why states are quitting the PARCC and Smarter Balanced testing consortia

Ed Reform Battle in Los Angeles

Conflict escalates as charter schools thrive

Incomplete Reform in Baltimore

A shift in authority to school leaders falls short

The Bronx is Learning

Content-rich curriculum drives achievement at Icahn Charter School

The End of the Bush-Obama Regulatory Approach to School Reform

Choice and competition remain the country’s best hope

High School of the Future

Cutting-edge model capitalizes on blended learning to take personalization further

It Pays to Improve School Quality

States that boost student achievement could reap large economic gains

Denver Expands Choice and Charters

Elected school board employs portfolio strategy to lift achievement

Teacher Home Visits

School-family partnerships foster student success

Connecting to Practice

How we can put education research to work

How Family Background Influences Student Achievement

Can schools narrow the gap?

The Immensity of The Coleman Data Project

Gaining clarity on the report’s flaws will improve future research

Schools of Choice

Expanding opportunity for urban minority students

In Schools, Teacher Quality Matters Most

Today’s research reinforces Coleman’s findings

After Common Core, States Set Rigorous Standards

Forty-five states raise the student proficiency bar

Desegregation Since the Coleman Report

Racial composition of schools and student learning

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