Equality of Educational Opportunity Today: Reconsidering the Coleman Report on its 50th Anniversary

An Education Next Event

An Education Next Event

Work Within and Outside Traditional Schooling

Longtime reformer outlines a bold vision for the future

A review of “The Split Screen Strategy,” by Ted Kolderie

Revisiting the Coleman Report

“Equality of Educational Opportunity” on its 50th Anniversary

“Equality of Educational Opportunity” on its 50th Anniversary

How States Should Navigate New Opportunities Under ESSA (Part 1 of 2)

Advice from Nina Rees, Greg Richmond, Aimee Rogstad Guidera, and Mike Magee

Advice from Nina Rees, Greg Richmond, Aimee Rogstad Guidera, and Mike Magee

More on How States Should Navigate New Opportunities Under ESSA (Part 2 of 2)

Advice from Charles Barone, Bill Jackson, Dane Linn, and Linda Darling-Hammond

Advice from Charles Barone, Bill Jackson, Dane Linn, and Linda Darling-Hammond

The Top 10 Education Next Blog Entries of 2015

Each year we publish a list of the most popular entries on the Education Next blog. There’s usually a surprise or two and the 2015 list is no exception.

The Top 20 Education Next Articles of 2015

Which topics were most popular with Education Next readers in 2015?

Voucher Victory

“Disingenuous” federal officials lose battle to shut down Louisiana Scholarship Program

“Disingenuous” federal officials lose battle to shut down Louisiana Scholarship Program

America’s Smart Kids Left Behind

Catching up to our global peers will require changing education policy and culture

Catching up to our global peers will require changing education policy and culture

Learning about Learning

More years of schooling and more education are not the same

A review of Knowledge Capital of Nations by Eric A. Hanushek and Ludger Woessmann

Next Generation Virtual Programs

Through Course Access, students choose from a range of providers

Through Course Access, students choose from a range of providers

Should Personalization Be the Future of Learning?

Benjamin Riley and Alex Hernandez square off

Benjamin Riley and Alex Hernandez square off

Digital Games Promise to Improve Math Skills

An excerpt from Greg Toppo’s The Game Believes in You

An excerpt from Greg Toppo’s The Game Believes in You

Power to the People

Urban Families and the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship

A review of “The School Choice Journey” by Thomas Stewart and Patrick J. Wolf

How NYC Expanded Its Charter Sector

An excerpt from Joel Klein’s Lessons of Hope

An excerpt from Joel Klein’s Lessons of Hope

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Turnaround School Districts

States try managing lowest-performing schools

States try managing lowest-performing schools

New York City’s Small-Schools Revolution

Breaking up large high schools improved graduation rates

Breaking up large high schools improved graduation rates

A Breakout Role for Teachers

Excerpts from The Cage-Busting Teacher

Excerpts from The Cage-Busting Teacher

Match Corps Goes National

Successful high-dosage tutoring model spreads to other schools

Successful high-dosage tutoring model spreads to other schools

New Hampshire’s Journey Toward Competency-Based Education

State lifts barriers to innovation, allowing districts and charters to personalize learning

State lifts barriers to innovation, allowing districts and charters to personalize learning

What Does Online Learning Look Like?

Examples from Florida and Pennsylvania

Examples from Florida and Pennsylvania

An Uncommon Leader

A review of No Struggle, No Progress by Howard Fuller

Revisiting the Moynihan Report on its 50th Anniversary

Education Next is running a series of articles on the state of the American family.

Modern Maturity for Charter Schools

Litigation shows they have arrived

Litigation shows they have arrived

The Top Education Next Articles of 2014

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Just the facts, please!

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