With 2017 about to go in the books, it seems a propitious time to take a moment and reflect on the “best” of RHSU from the past year.
Santa rang the other night in a state of frustration; the rubric just isn’t all that clear about how to tell naughty from nice.
Do professors who study education policy allow their students to use laptops in the classroom?
‘Tis a time of celebration, reflection, gift-giving, and—swiftly thereafter—planning and resolving for the year to come.
I’d love to see more of us show less certainty when it comes to the analyses and prescriptions we so confidently offer.
Half of the graduates missed more than three months of school last year, unexcused.
School district policies that allow parents to easily choose a school for their children can lead to schools that are more segregated than would be the case if school assignment were based entirely on zip code.
Eva Moskowitz, Success Academy, and the growth of charter school networks more generally are the subject of a thoughtful essay by Elizabeth Green in the Atlantic.
We’ve discouraged practitioners from talking plainly about practical challenges—and made it hard for them to be heard when they do
Parents are an untapped resource for reform. It’s time to give them—to give us—a voice.
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