The case for video time during class
A review of “The Importance of Being Little,” by Erika Christakis
How we can put education research to work
James Coleman generously shared his knowledge and expertise
Can schools narrow the gap?
Gaining clarity on the report’s flaws will improve future research
Expanding opportunity for urban minority students
Today’s research reinforces Coleman’s findings
Forty-five states raise the student proficiency bar
Racial composition of schools and student learning
Building on Coleman’s early theories, new academic competitions motivate students to achieve
Updating Coleman on the influence of families and schools
Hero and villain of school policy research
For half a century, Coleman’s work has altered the shape of education research, school politics, and school policy.
A review of “Failing Our Brightest Kids” by Chester E. Finn Jr. and Brandon L. Wright
A review of “The Prize: Who’s in Charge of America’s Schools?” by Dale Russakoff
How teacher collective bargaining affects students’ employment and earnings later in life
Accountability, Common Core, and the college-for-all movement are transforming instruction
Back in 2000, U.S. and German students at age 15 were performing at roughly the same level on international tests . By 2012, German 15-year-olds were outscoring their U.S. peers by 32 points in math, a difference representing more than a year’s worth of learning.
Texas system had mixed effects on college graduation rates and future earnings
Education Next talks with Sara Goldrick-Rab and Andrew Kelly
Forum: Should Community College Be Free?