Nina Rees of the NAPCS and Mary Cathryn Ricker of the AFT will talk about poverty as part of a Communities in Schools Leadership Town Hall on Thursday, Jan. 22, at 9:30 a.m.
On Thursday, American Enterprise Institute will host a conversation with U.S. Representative John Kline (R-MN) on the direction the new Congress will take in education.
D.C. schools chancellor Kaya Henderson gave a Vision Talk at AEI on what we should really be measuring when we evaluate our schools.
AEI President Arthur Brooks on why people aren’t listening to education reformers and how the case for education reform can best be made.
The Fordham Institute wants to help parents turn TV time into learning time with these streaming videos that teach core content to early elementary-school children.
The Partnership for Educational Justice interviews nine parents who are plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging teacher tenure laws in New York .
ReasonTV looks at how choice has changed public schooling in New Orleans and at what the future holds.
Michael Horn delivered a keynote address at this year’s iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium.
AEI hosted a discussion with Success Academy founder and CEO Eva Moskowitz about the opportunities and challenges charter schools face in New York City.
Joel Klein talks about his time as chancellor of New York City’s Department of Education, teacher unions, content knowledge, Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, and more.
Mike Petrilli debates Jenni White of Restore Oklahoma Public Education about the Common Core.
The Foundation for Excellence in Education will host the 2014 National Summit on Education Reform in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 20 and 21.
Reason TV tells the story of the charter school pioneer’s battles in New York City.
Stanford’s Center for Education Policy Analysis hosted a forum on the Vergara vs. California decision and the difference it could make for students.
NPR launches its 50 Great Teachers series with a look at Socrates.
AEI hosted Cami Anderson, superintendent of Newark Public Schools, in conversation with Rick Hess.
AEI hosted a discussion on October 22 on where things stand with the Common Core and how its future looks. Panelists were Rick Hess, Catherine Gewertz, and Chris Minnich.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings advocates letting students control the pace of their own learning, which may include binge-learning calculus.
As part of Stanford University’s State of the Union 2014 course, Randi Weingarten, Linda Darling-Hammond and Chester Finn discuss the current state of education reform.
PBS NewsHour looks into how much testing there will be in this first year of Common Core testing.
Mike McShane explains how our education system could be changed to help the have-nots catch up to the haves
On October 2, Campbell Brown was at AEI to discuss the Vergara v. California ruling and teacher tenure reform.
The Fordham Institute and the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools hosted a discussion on the health of the charter school movement on Oct. 1.