Clashing rules and uncertain benefits for federal student-loan subsidies
Summit charter network shares its model nationwide
A chat with Martin West
Repealing the regs via the Congressional Review Act will make ESSA implementation a whole lot more difficult than it needs to be.
An excerpt from “The Every Student Succeeds Act: What It Means for Schools, Systems, and States”
A new philanthropy’s competition to reinvent high school
If you oppose vouchers because you think they lack accountability, it may be time to take another look.
What will education policy look like under a Trump administration? Education Next editors and contributors offer their thoughts.
On Saturday, the national board of the NAACP ratified a resolution adopted this summary calling for a moratorium on charter school expansion.
Assessing the alternatives to suspensions and expulsions
Education Next talks with Jeb Bush, Heather Hough, and Michael Kirst
This November, Massachusetts voters will go to the polls to decide whether to expand the state’s quota on charter schools.
Mayor de Blasio’s efforts remain a work in progress
At its national convention, the NAACP voted to support a moratorium on the growth of charter schools, which is puzzling because opinion surveys show strong support for charter schools among African Americans.
Focus your philanthropy on innovation outside the system
Conflict escalates as charter schools thrive
Education Next talks with Scott Levy and Jonah Edelman
School-family partnerships foster student success
Non-cog or character skills are incredibly important but if we are going to use these and other ideas to improve education, we are going to need a significant shift toward funding research and greater patience to bring those ideas to fruition.
Michael B. Horn and Paul E. Peterson discuss Arne Duncan’s decision to resign and what his legacy will be as Secretary of Education.
It’s time to review the progress of the charter movement and the challenges that lie ahead, what we’ve done right as well as where we’ve gone astray..
On Wednesday, Campbell Brown and the American Federation for Children will host an education policy summit in New Hampshire with at least six of the GOP presidential contenders. Here’s what I hope they will say.
Through Course Access, students choose from a range of providers
Early evidence shows reforms lifting student achievement
If those in our nation’s capital want to modify federal education policy along lines preferred by the public at large, they will enact a law that resembles the bipartisan bill passed by the Senate.