Putting a moratorium on testing is akin to shooting the messenger.
Great instruction needs great assessments
Taking students to an art museum improves critical thinking skills, and more
Check the Facts
Contrary to Justice Department claims, student transfers improve racial integration
Mark Bauerlein reviews Larry Cuban’s “Inside the Black Box of Classroom Practice.”
A review of Tilting at Windmills: School Reform, San Diego, and America’s Race to Renew Public Education by Richard Lee Colvin
A conversation with Barbara Dreyer
College admissions game starts early
Emerging apps take cues from learning science
Reforms lift student performance but middle-class families want more
Will academic success and public support protect charters and small high schools under a de Blasio administration?
Average SAT performance of first-year teachers rose between 1993 and 2008
Contrary to allegations by the U.S. Department of Justice, the scholarship program improves racial integration in public schools in 34 districts under desegregation orders
Field Trips to Art Museums Improve Critical Thinking, Promote Historical Empathy, and Increase Tolerance
Though school field trips to culturally enriching institutions are in decline, study finds positive educational effects; students from rural regions and minorities benefit most.
Charter school growth in Boston is at a standstill, even though studies show strong academic results and the schools have popular support
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Hoover Press and other booksCharter Schools against the Odds
Editor: Paul T. Hill
Editor: Eric A. Hanushek
Winter 2014 / Vol. 14, No. 1
Paul E. Peterson
Frederick M. Hess
Michael J. Petrilli
Kathryn Sargent Ciffolillo
Chester E. Finn, Jr.
Jay P. Greene
Laura Forbes Sommers
John E. Chubb
Chester E. Finn Jr.
Eric A. Hanushek
E. D. Hirsch Jr.
Caroline M. Hoxby
Terry M. Moe
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