Education Reform’s Race Debate

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Let’s Build a Modern Reform Coalition

Forum: Education Reform's Race Debate

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

Judge Reformers by Results, Not Race

Forum: Education Reform's Race Debate

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

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Make Diversity a Key Value in Reform

Forum: Education Reform's Race Debate

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

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School Reform Must Serve Social Justice Goals

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Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

Reform Leaders: You’re Fired

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Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

Engage Communities, But Stay Focused on Results

Forum: Education Reform's Race Debate

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

School Reform Family Feud

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Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

New Priorities for Equity in Reform

Forum: Education Reform's Race Debate

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

Chauvinism versus Social Justice

Forum: Education Reform's Race Debate

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

How Should States Design Their Accountability Systems?

Education Next talks with Jeb Bush, Heather Hough, and Michael Kirst

Education Next talks with Jeb Bush, Heather Hough, and Michael Kirst

Florida’s Intuitive Letter Grades Produce Results

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In Florida, where I served as governor from 1999 to 2007, a bold, new direction was required. And so in 1999, we overhauled our school system through accountability legislation that made student learning the focus of education.

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California’s Dashboard Data Will Guide Improvement

Forum: How Should States Design Their Accountability Systems?

In California, we’ve moved beyond assigning schools a single number score each year and are implementing a “dashboard” accountability system, to better capture and communicate multiple dimensions of school performance.

Making Sense of the Opt-Out Movement

Education Next talks with Scott Levy and Jonah Edelman

Education Next talks with Scott Levy and Jonah Edelman

Opt-Out Reflects the Genuine Concerns of Parents

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Forum: Making Sense of the Opt-Out Movement

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This Issue Is Bigger Than Just Testing

Forum: Making Sense of the Opt-Out Movement

Forum: Making Sense of the Opt-Out Movement

Should Community College Be Free?

Education Next talks with Sara Goldrick-Rab and Andrew Kelly

Education Next talks with Sara Goldrick-Rab and Andrew Kelly

The Economy Needs More Workers with Associate Degrees

Forum: Should Community College Be Free?

Forum: Should Community College Be Free?

Tuition Is Not the Main Obstacle to Student Success

Forum: Should Community College Be Free?

Forum: Should Community College Be Free?

What Did Race to the Top Accomplish?

Education Next talks with Joanne Weiss and Frederick M. Hess

Education Next talks with Joanne Weiss and Frederick M. Hess

Lofty Promises But Little Change for America’s Schools

In July 2009, it wasn’t just about the money. The $4 billion (to be spent over four years) amounted to less than 1 percent of what K‒12 schooling spends each year.

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Innovative Program Spurred Meaningful Education Reform

Much has been said about the impact of the Race to the Top program—some good, some not so good, some accurate, some less so.

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