U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan talks Common Core with Stephen Colbert.
Amanda Ripley, author of The Smartest Kids in the World, is interviewed by Matt Miller on KCRW.
The authors of a new study on the impact of field trips on student learning were interviewed for the “Ozarks at Large” program produced by NPR affiliate KUAF in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Jay P. Greene explains his study on the educational value of field trips at a press conference held live over Google hangouts.
10-year-old Dashton explains why it matters that American students rank 32nd in the world.
Paul Peterson, Eric Hanushek, and Ludger Woessmann discuss their new book, Endangering Prosperity, at Brookings.
Paul E. Peterson, Eric Hanushek, and Ludger Woessmann’s webinar on Endangering Prosperity.
A radio documentary looks at how computer programs can customize learning, in effect providing each child with a personal tutor.
Paul E. Peterson appeared on Bloomberg TV to discuss how the U.S. education system stacks up in comparison to other nations.
Davis Guggenheim’s new documentary “TEACH” follows four first-year teachers in tough schools.
Amanda Ripley, author of the brand new book “The Smartest Kids in the World,” spoke at a Stand for Children event about how kids are learning in other countries.
Math tutor Christpher Seber has racked up more than 5 million views for Math Meeting, his YouTube channel.
Rick Hess leads a Google+ hangout with Michael Horn, Andrew Kelly, and John Bailey on whether for-profit organizations act in the best interests of students.
Mike Petrilli talks with Richard Colvin about his new book on San Diego and school reform
Fordham hosted a forum on the growing numbers of parents, educators and administrators calling for a local “opt-out” from state testing systems.
WSB-TV Action News in Atlanta on an Ed Next study that ranks states on where they set the bar for student proficiency.
How Wisconsin’s Act 10, which limits collective bargaining for certain public employees, affects education policy.
NewsHour looks at a Chicago nonprofit that provides mentors to new teachers to help the Chicago Public Schools boost retention.
Teachers talk about why they take part in teacher voice organizations aimed at influencing education policy in this video by the Center for American Progress.
AEI hosted a forum on No Child Left Behind, focusing on the role sanctions play in improving student achievement
Mike Petrilli talks with Sarah Carr about school reform in New Orleans
On Thursday, Fordham hosted No Way Out? How to Solve the Teacher-Pension Problem.
The Core Knowledge Language Arts curriculum, being piloted in elementary schools in New York City, gives students a broad base of background knowledge in addition to decoding skills.
The pilot episode of EdReform News, produced by DFER-IL, looks at the impact of school choice for African American families.
Panel on the role that educational games and MOOCs can play in improving education and increasing student options.