We should recognize the government’s limited ability to collect, analyze, and make use of the extraordinary amount of information relevant to school quality and family preferences.
What does the evidence say about a free market approach to school reform that relies on school vouchers and unregulated forms of charter schooling?
David Tyack, preeminent historian of American education, died November 1, 2016 at his home in Stanford, California.
A new study by the Data Quality Campaign reviews school report cards issued by each state and finds many of them lacking.
If a new seriousness about civic education takes root, schools may turn to the new off-the-shelf curriculum developed by the College Board.
On TIMSS, the average score of U.S. fourth-graders in math put them behind students in 10 other systems
The Winter 2017 issue celebrates the tenth anniversary of the annual EdNext Poll of American public opinion on K-12 education policy.
On what basis will regulators be able to judge quality to protect families against making bad choices?
We must ensure that every student has access to an education—and the particular instructional experiences and supports—that best suits his needs and strengths.
No child should have to wait for a school to get better when there are other opportunities available.
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