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Summer 2018 / Vol. 18, No. 3

FEATURES

The Case for Holding Students Accountable

How extrinsic motivation gets kids to work harder and learn more


Rating Teacher-Preparation Programs

Can value-added make useful distinctions?


Higher Ed, Lower Spending

As States Cut Back, Where Has the Money Gone?


Strengthening the Roots of the Charter-School Movement

How the mom-and-pops can help the sector diversify and grow


Unlocking the Science of How Kids Think

A new proposal for reforming teacher education


Why Is Charter Growth Slowing?

Lessons from the Bay Area



RESEARCH

An Elite Grad-School Degree Goes Online

Can Georgia Tech’s virtual master’s increase access to education?



FORUM

Trump and the Nation’s Schools

Assessing the administration’s early impact on education


A Strong Start on Advancing Reform

Forum: Trump and the Nation’s Schools


Harmful Policies, Values, and Rhetoric

After little more than a year, President Donald J. Trump’s policies, values, and rhetoric have had a negative impact on our nation’s most vulnerable schoolchildren, particularly low-income students and students of color. This adverse effect is especially pronounced in five areas: oversight of federal education law; enforcement of federal guarantees of educational equity; budget and […]



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BOOK REVIEWS

Parenting in the iPhone Age

A review of The Art of Screen Time by Anya Kamenetz and Be the Parent, Please by Naomi Schaefer Riley


The Politics of Choice When the Public School was Born

A review of Public vs. Private by Robert N. Gross


A Rosy Vision for the Public Schools

A review of “Addicted to Reform” by John Merrow



BRIEFS

A Disappointing National Report Card

What explains the disappointing results?


Judgment Day for Union Agency Fees

High court hears oral argument in Janus v. AFSCME


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