Event: The 2017 EdNext Poll on School Reform

What does the public think about school choice, Common Core, and other key issues?

Is the Internet Changing Kids’ Brains?

An excerpt from The Reading Mind: A Cognitive Approach to Understanding How the Mind Reads

Why Most Teachers Get a Bad Deal on Pensions

State plans create more losers than winners, and many get nothing at all

Reading and Wronging

A review of “Language at the Speed of Sight” by Mark Seidenberg

More Options in Indianapolis

Mayoral charters and innovation schools expand choice

School Desegregation in Washington, D.C., in the 1950s

An excerpt from the memoir This African-American Life

Reform is a State of Mind

An excerpt from Letters to a Young Education Reformer

The Trump Administration’s $20 Billion School Choice Plan

Debating the wisdom of this idea, and what it might look like in reality

Go Big on School Choice for All 50 States

Forum: The Trump administration’s $20 billion school choice plan

For the Love of Choice, Don’t Federalize It

Forum: The Trump administration’s $20 billion school choice plan

The Long Path to ESSA

An excerpt from “The Every Student Succeeds Act: What It Means for Schools, Systems, and States”

Undoing Irrational Thinking

A review of The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis

Scholar, Teacher, and Revisionist

Remembering David Tyack, who showed contemporary education reformers a nuanced view of American schooling’s past

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Lessons on Common Core

Critical books offer more folly than wisdom

The Top 20 Education Next Articles of 2016

Here are the most popular articles we published over the course of the last year.

The Top 10 Education Next Blog Entries of 2016

This year’s runaway hit was How We Make Teaching Too Hard for Mere Mortals by Robert Pondiscio.

Old Legal Wine in New Remedial Bottles

Plaintiffs seek to overturn Rodriguez

How Do Parental Perceptions of Schools Vary Across Sectors?

Evidence from two national surveys comparing charter, district, and private schools

Remembering an Academic, Entrepreneur, and Leader

John Chubb’s pioneering work in education policy

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Nobel Lessons for Education Researchers and Policymakers

Bengt Holmstrom’s work shows that no incentives are often preferable to poorly-designed incentives.

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Education Reform’s Race Debate

An Education Next Forum

Let’s Build a Modern Reform Coalition

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

Judge Reformers by Results, Not Race

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

Make Diversity a Key Value in Reform

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

School Reform Must Serve Social Justice Goals

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

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