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

Reform Leaders: You’re Fired

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

Engage Communities, But Stay Focused on Results

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

School Reform Family Feud

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

New Priorities for Equity in Reform

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

Chauvinism versus Social Justice

Forum: Education Reform’s Race Debate

Debunking the Myth of the “Teacher Pay Gap,” Again

After adjusting for pensions and other benefits, teacher compensation is neither low nor falling

Rich Insights on Poverty

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

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

An excerpt from The Founders by Richard Whitmire

How and Why Districts and Charters Engage

Lessons from Cleveland

Street-Savvy School Reform

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

The Promise and Pitfalls of Virtual Charter Schools

A forum by Tom Vander Ark and Greg Richmond

Online Charters Expand Learning Options

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

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

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