A chat with Martin West
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled unanimously that schools must give students with disabilities the chance to make meaningful progress,
There are a number of serious methodological challenges involved in empirical research on how education policies affect ethnic segregation.
I may have my own ideas about what makes a good school, I just don’t believe that I have the right to impose my views on you.
The UK Department for Education has begun implementing a new style of teaching math modeled on the way math is taught in China.
A large-scale reduction requires hiring massively more teachers, dipping deeper and deeper into the applicant pool.
In Connecticut, parents rallied on the steps of the state capitol in Hartford to call attention to charter and magnet school state funding discrepancies.
Some insight into how Judge Gorsuch might approach education issues if he is confirmed by the Senate.
There are over 3,000 magnets across more than 600 school districts within 34 states, but they have received less attention in the research literature than charters.
In the News: Is your kid absent more than classmates? School ‘nudge’ letters tell parents just how much
Schools let parents know how many times their children have been absent and how many times other children in the school have been absent.
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