How classroom computer use affects student learning
The content that teachers deliver in the classroom matters just as much as how effectively they deliver it.
What New York City’s Pre-K For All initiative has meant for a charter school.
Rather than expending effort to fight school choice, we need to focus on fighting for policies that will make choice work well for students with special needs.
President Trump proposed major changes to the federal student loan program in his first budget request to Congress.
Instead of targeting institutions of higher education, the government should consider targeting individual programs.
How can community colleges better serve underprepared students?
Making data available on how much money is earned by graduates of specific colleges with specific majors had no measurable effect on which college or field students enrolled in.
For those concerned, I want to offer some words of solace: K–12 public schools are not getting disrupted.
A new study finds that principals do differentiate their teachers’ performance, but formal personnel ratings don’t reflect this differentiation.
Teaching has been transformed into a performance-based profession that provides recognition, responsibility, collegiality, support, and significant compensation
The Trump administration seeks to cut funding for the Federal Work-Study program by nearly 50 percent, from $990 million to $500 million, and to reform the program.
A report released by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau warns of problems with a federal program that forgives some student loans for people who take public service jobs.
When I observed classrooms and interviewed teachers and administrators, the thing that stood out was high-quality teaching practices, inspired and supported by effective school leadership.
Clashing rules and uncertain benefits for federal student-loan subsidies
Online courses for college students can improve access, yet they also are challenging, especially for the least well-prepared students.
The Disinvestment Hypothesis: Don’t Blame State Budget Cuts for Rising Tuition at Public Universities
Surprisingly, researchers and the media have demanded very little evidence before concluding that state funding cuts are causing tuition to rise.
Here are a few reasons why blended learning may not live up to its time-saving potential.
A rigorously designed study out of Denmark shows that cultural activity among students is strongly (and likely causally) related to later academic success.
In this video from Business Insider, former Google executive Max Ventilla talks about why he founded AltSchool.
Can a buzzword deliver on its promise?
In some school systems, teachers can network and support each other in the effort to radically remake the classroom.
In the News: Franklin & Marshall’s Mission to Make College More Equitable Is Changing the Face of Higher Ed
This weekend, 17 percent of graduates who receive their diplomas at Franklin and Marshall College’s commencement will be low-income Pell Grant recipients.