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Spring 2011 / Vol. 11, No. 2

Spring 2011 Correspondence

Readers Respond

By Education Next  
Correspondence, Journal  

Cell Phones Are Ringing

Will educators answer?

By Rebecca Fortner  
Briefs, Journal, School Life, Technology  

Catholic Ethos, Public Education

How the Christian Brothers came to start two charter schools in Chicago


Blocked, Diluted, and Co-opted

Interest groups wage war against merit pay


New Schools in New Orleans

School reform both exhilarated and imperiled by success


Tools for Teachers

Review of Doug Lemov’s Teach Like a Champion


Merit Pay International

Countries with performance pay for teachers score higher on PISA tests


The Ninth Circuit v. Reality

Highly qualified teachers don’t grow on trees


Does Whole-School Performance Pay Improve Student Learning?

Evidence from the New York City schools

By Sarena Goodman and Lesley Turner  
Journal, On Top of the News, Research, School Spending  

Taking Stock of a Decade of Reform

School reformers have made forward strides in the last ten years, and public debate has acquired a bipartisan cast. But just how successful have reform efforts been?


A Battle Begun, Not Won

The following essay is part of a forum, written in honor of Education Next’s 10th anniversary, in which the editors assessed the school reform movement’s victories and challenges to see just how successful reform efforts have been. For the other side of the debate, please see Pyrrhic Victories? by Frederick M. Hess, Michael J. Petrilli, […]


Pyrrhic Victories?

The following essay is part of a forum, written in honor of Education Next’s 10th anniversary, in which the editors assessed the school reform movement’s victories and challenges to see just how successful reform efforts have been. For the other side of the debate, please see A Battle Begun, Not Won by Paul E. Peterson, […]


Happy 10th Anniversary, Education Next!

Over the decade, we have witnessed—perhaps contributed to—the advance of school reform.


Lessons for Online Learning

Charter schools’ successes and mistakes have a lot to teach virtual educators


Challenging the Gifted

Nuclear chemistry and Sartre draw the best and brightest to Reno


Lights, Camera, Action!

Using video recordings to evaluate teachers


The Education Reform Book Is Dead

Long live education reform


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