Charter enrollment patterns reflect parental choices and disparate classification rates
Education Next talks with Joanne Weiss and Frederick M. Hess
School characteristics vary widely
Win or lose, states enacted education reforms
Does school spending matter after all?
Check the Facts
A review of “On the Same Track” by Carol Corbett Burris
A review of “Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis” by Robert D. Putnam
Inquiry and self-direction guide student learning
Court’s latest ruling will hurt minority students
And how scholars might use it as a research tool
Families have many options as 93 percent of public school students attend charter schools
Students with disabilities more likely to remain in charters than in district schools
Winners enact new initiatives, strengthen standards and expand charters
Participating in international testing motivates both educators and students
Increased Per-Pupil Spending Yields Improved Educational Attainment and Higher Future Wages for Students from Low-Income Families
How money is spent matters; school districts use unexpected increases more productively than they use other resources
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