An excerpt from Joel Klein’s Lessons of Hope
Excerpts from The Cage-Busting Teacher
Successful high-dosage tutoring model spreads to other schools
State lifts barriers to innovation, allowing districts and charters to personalize learning
Examples from Florida and Pennsylvania
A review of No Struggle, No Progress by Howard Fuller
Education Next is running a series of articles on the state of the American family.
Litigation shows they have arrived
Just the facts, please!
A review of The Teacher Wars by Dana Goldstein
Talking education policy with Florida’s former governor
Learning from Live Theater Education Next, Winter 2015 Empirical Strategy Because the randomized controlled trial approach has the important feature of generating comparable treatment and control groups, we can use a straightforward set of analytic techniques, designed for use in social experiments, to estimate the impact of a school field trip to see live theater […]
A review of A Smarter Charter by Richard D. Kahlenberg and Halley Potter
A review of Elizabeth Green’s “Building a Better Teacher”
An excerpt from What Lies Ahead for America’s Children and Their Schools, a new book edited by Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Richard Sousa
An excerpt from What Lies Ahead for America’s Children and Their Schools
It’s a matter of fairness, equal opportunity , and long-term societal well-being.
An excerpt from What Lies Ahead
The United States has expanded school choice in the last few decades, and much of the published world’s research has been carried out in this country.
This case study is drawn from “Pluck and Tenacity: How five private schools in Ohio have adapted to vouchers.”
The education research community needs to create a supply of research findings that are of immediate relevance to workaday decision-making
What happens when choice is extended to cyberspace
An excerpt from Teachers Versus the Public
How to fix public education governance in the United States is not a new question.