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Summer 2016 / Vol. 16, No. 3

FEATURES

The End of the Bush-Obama Regulatory Approach to School Reform

Choice and competition remain the country’s best hope


High School of the Future

Cutting-edge model capitalizes on blended learning to take personalization further


It Pays to Improve School Quality

States that boost student achievement could reap large economic gains


Denver Expands Choice and Charters

Elected school board employs portfolio strategy to lift achievement


Teacher Home Visits

School-family partnerships foster student success


After Common Core, States Set Rigorous Standards

Forty-five states raise the student proficiency bar



RESEARCH

Testing College Readiness

Massachusetts compares the validity of two standardized tests



FORUM





CHECK THE FACTS


BOOK REVIEWS

The Trouble with Texting

A review of “The 160-Character Solution,” by Benjamin L. Castleman


Ready for Play Time?

A review of “The Importance of Being Little,” by Erika Christakis


A Different Kind of Military School

A review of “Strugglers into Strivers: What the Military Can Teach Us about How Young People Learn and Grow” by Hugh B. Price



BRIEFS

Not Leaving, Just Changing Jobs

This is the last issue of Education Next for which I will serve as editor-in-chief.


Justice Deferred

Supreme Court lets agency fees stand


A Flipping Experiment

Innovative teaching strategies rev up learning


“Children, be quiet and watch your lesson”

The case for video time during class


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Harvard Kennedy School Program on Educational Policy and Governance

Thomas Fordham Institute - Advancing Educational Excellence and Education Reform

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