Education Next Issue Cover

Spring 2012 / Vol. 12, No. 2

The Middle School Plunge

Achievement tumbles when young students change schools


Edunomics

For better teachers, change the incentives


More Facts, Fewer Hopes

Evidence fails to sway in testing policies


Great Teachers in the Classroom?

It depends on raising the competence of a workforce of millions


Obama’s Education Record

Does the reality match the rhetoric?


Does School Choice Reduce Crime?

Evidence from North Carolina


The Right Role for the Federal Government

Give parents the information they need to pick their school of choice


Cheating the Charters

Political and financial lessons from South Carolina


Putting the Schools in Charge

An entrepreneur’s vision for a more responsive education system


Can Khan Move the Bell Curve to the Right?

Math instruction goes viral


Mickey Mouse Strikes Back

Voucher wars heat up in Colorado


Let the Dollars Follow the Child

How the federal government can achieve equity


Taking on New Jersey

A conversation with Chris Cerf


For Digital Learning, the Devil’s in the Details

State planning is key to progress


Obama’s NCLB Waivers: Are they necessary or illegal?

Education Next talks with Martha Derthick and Andy Rotherham


Grinding the Antitesting Ax

More bias than evidence behind NRC panel’s conclusions


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