The benefits of private school choice are clearly evident in long term outcomes, not near-term test scores
When an unpopular president (Trump) pushes a popular idea (school choice), where does the public come out?
Will students work harder in school if their parents–or complete strangers–are keeping an eye on them? In thousands of classrooms in China, webcams are being used to live-stream classrooms so that anyone can watch what is happening.
BASIS Scottsdale, a charter school in Arizona, is the No. 1 public high school in the U.S. according to the new US News rankings.
Few of NCLB’s provisions received as much scorn as its singular focus on grade-level proficiency as the sole measure of school performance.
Rankings based on international assessments are simple to understand—but they can also mislead.
Yesterday, Harvard Education Press released my new book, Letters to a Young Education Reformer.
There are three broad approaches that researchers and practitioners in P-12 choice systems can adopt to make their programs easier for parents to navigate.
New evidence suggests that it’s possible for special education students to make large achievement gains without their traditional services in schools with high quality general education programs.
What if we could predict which schools are likely not to succeed—before they even open their doors?
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