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Results from the 2017 Education Next poll
Winter 2018

• Accompanies The 2017 EdNext Poll on School Reform
Public thinking on school choice, Common Core, higher ed, and more

By Martin R. West, Michael B. Henderson, Paul E. Peterson and Samuel Barrows

 

 

 


11-Year Trends in Public Opinion
Winter 2018

• Accompanies The 2017 EdNext Poll on School Reform
Public thinking on school choice, Common Core, higher ed, and more

By Martin R. West, Michael B. Henderson, Paul E. Peterson and Samuel Barrows

 

 

 


How many teachers benefit from state pension systems, by state
5/16/2017

• Accompanies Why Most Teachers Get a Bad Deal on Pensions
State plans create more losers than winners, and many get nothing at all

By Chad Aldeman and Kelly Robson

 

 

 


Results from the 2016 EdNext Parents Survey
Spring 2017

• Accompanies What Do Parents Think of Their Children’s Schools?
EdNext poll compares charter, district, and private schools nationwide

By Martin R. West, Paul E. Peterson and Samuel Barrows

 

 

 


Results from the National Center for Education Statistics 2012 Parents Survey
Spring 2017

• Accompanies How Satisfied are Parents with Their Children’s Schools?
New evidence from a U.S. Department of Education survey

By Albert Cheng and Paul E. Peterson

 

 

 


Results from the 2016 Education Next poll
Winter 2017

• Accompanies Ten-year Trends in Public Opinion From the EdNext Poll
Common Core and vouchers down, but many other reforms still popular

By Michael B. Henderson, Martin R. West, Paul E. Peterson and Samuel Barrows

 

 

 


Ten-Year Trends in Public Opinion
Winter 2017

• Accompanies Ten-year Trends in Public Opinion From the EdNext Poll
Common Core and vouchers down, but many other reforms still popular

By Michael B. Henderson, Martin R. West, Paul E. Peterson and Samuel Barrows

 

 

 


Economic Impact of Student Performance Improvement
Summer 2016

• Accompanies It Pays to Improve School Quality
States that boost student achievement could reap large economic gains

By Eric A. Hanushek, Jens Ruhose and Ludger Woessmann

 

 

 


Rigor of State Proficiency Standards, 2015
Summer 2016

• Accompanies After Common Core, States Set Rigorous Standards
Forty-five states raise the student proficiency bar

By Paul E. Peterson, Samuel Barrows and Thomas Gift

 

 

 


Collective Bargaining Across the States
Winter 2016

• Accompanies A Bad Bargain
How teacher collective bargaining affects students’ employment and earnings later in life

By Alexander Willén and Michael F. Lovenheim

 

 

 


Results from the 2015 Education Next poll
Winter 2016

• Accompanies The 2015 EdNext Poll on School Reform
Public thinking on testing, opt out, common core, unions, and more

By Michael B. Henderson, Martin R. West and Paul E. Peterson

 

 

 


Percentage of Race to the Top Policies Implemented
Fall 2015

• Accompanies Results of President Obama’s Race to the Top
Win or lose, states enacted education reforms

By William G. Howell

 

 

 


Change in State Proficiency Standards, 2011-2013
Summer 2015

• Accompanies States Raise Proficiency Standards in Math and Reading
Commitments to Common Core may be driving the proficiency bar upward

By Paul E. Peterson and Matthew Ackerman

 

 

 


Percentage at the Proficient Level in Math
Fall 2014

• Accompanies U.S. Students from Educated Families Lag in International Tests
It’s not just about kids in poor neighborhoods

By Eric A. Hanushek, Ludger Woessmann and Paul E. Peterson

 

 

 


Percentage of Students at the Advanced Level in Math
Fall 2012

• Accompanies Is the U.S. Catching Up?
International and state trends in student achievement

By Eric A. Hanushek, Ludger Woessmann and Paul E. Peterson

 

 

 

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