Have You Heard? The EdNext Podcast is Here!

By 12/18/2015

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We’re excited to bring our subscribers the EdNext Podcast, a weekly series hosted by Education Next editor-in-chief Paul E. Peterson and executive editor Martin West, exploring new research and hot topics in education reform. Find a new episode every Wednesday on our website, iTunes, Soundcloud, or Stitcher. Get started with these:

• In our latest podcast, Martin West interviews Mike Petrilli, president of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, about the Every Student Suceeds Act (ESSA) and its implications for student achievement and accountability.

• In Does Test-Based Accountability Work? David Deming, associate professor of education and economics at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, discusses his new study on the effects of a test-based accountability system in Texas.

• In The Challenges of Implementing Tech-Based Personalized Learning Michael Horn and Paul Peterson examine the growth of personalized learning and how technology can either help or hinder it.

More: The EdNext Book Club

Also check out our popular EdNext Book Club Podcast, featuring in-depth interviews by Mike Petrilli with authors of new and classic books about education. Among the authors who have talked with Mike about their books: Dale Russakoff, Diane RavitchGreg Toppo, and Dana Goldstein.

Listen to episodes on our website or download on iTunes.

—Education Next

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