Rich Insights on Poverty

Low-income Baltimore youth claw their way to success

A review of “Coming of Age in the Other America,” by Stefanie DeLuca, Susan Clampet-Lundquist, and Kathryn Edin

Averaging in Education

It’s how you use it that counts

It’s how you use it that counts

What’s Holding Back the Growth of the Best Charter Schools?

An excerpt from The Founders by Richard Whitmire

An excerpt from The Founders by Richard Whitmire

How and Why Districts and Charters Engage

Lessons from Cleveland

Lessons from Cleveland

Street-Savvy School Reform

Lessons learned from six big-city school systems

Lessons learned from six big-city school systems

An Open Letter to Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan

Focus your philanthropy on innovation outside the system

Focus your philanthropy on innovation outside the system

The Promise and Pitfalls of Virtual Charter Schools

A forum by Tom Vander Ark and Greg Richmond

Online Charters Expand Learning Options

Forum: The Promise and Pitfalls of Virtual Charter Schools

With the rise of options for anywhere, anytime digital learning, statewide schools play an important role in providing equitable access to a variety of quality learning pathways.

Online Charters Mostly Don’t Work

Forum: The Promise and Pitfalls of Virtual Charter Schools

Nearly every study of virtual school performance has found their performance to be lacking.

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Entrepreneurs in the Ed Tech Market

An excerpt by Stacey Childress from Educational Entrepreneurship Today, Hess and McShane, eds.

An excerpt by Stacey Childress from Educational Entrepreneurship Today, Hess and McShane, eds.

The EdNext Podcast

The EdNext Podcast is available on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Stitcher and here every Wednesday.

Innovation in Catholic Education

New approaches to instruction and governance may revitalize the sector

New approaches to instruction and governance may revitalize the sector

Using Blended Learning to Design Schools that Motivate Students

An excerpt from "Blended" by Michael B. Horn and Heather Staker

An excerpt from “Blended” by Michael B. Horn and Heather Staker

Why Background Knowledge is Crucial for Literacy

An excerpt of "Reading Reconsidered" by Doug Lemov, Colleen Driggs and Erica Woolway

An excerpt of “Reading Reconsidered” by Doug Lemov, Colleen Driggs and Erica Woolway

Let My People Go

Teachers fight to end forced union contributions

Teachers fight to end forced union contributions

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

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