Why has NAEP abandoned its foundational assessment and embarked on a new agenda?
On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Board of Education voted to reject petitions for renewal for five charter schools.
The stakes seem to get higher and higher as presidents and their appointees tear away at the moorings meant to constrain them.
A school’s results matter in the real world, more even than the gains its students made while enrolled there.
Question 2 has given Massachusetts voters a unique chance to weigh in on the future of school choice in their state.
States should use proficiency rates cautiously because of their correlation with student demographics and prior achievement—factors that are outside of schools’ control.
On Saturday, the national board of the NAACP ratified a resolution adopted this summary calling for a moratorium on charter school expansion.
Washington Post columnist Jay Mathews urges the new chancellor of the D.C. public schools to continue teacher visits to the homes of students.
Our traditional, time-based education system advances students based primarily on their age, regardless of their depth of understanding.
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