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Education Next encourages the open exchange of ideas, presents the latest research findings, and stimulates thoughtful discourse about contemporary education.

 

 

Education Next:

• offers fresh perspectives and different points of view

• reports on new research with evidence based conclusions from prominent scholars

• reviews new books on education policy

• provides provocative articles on hot topics like charter schools, high stakes test, vouchers, teacher unions

 

 

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EDUCATION NEXT reaches an audience of educators, academics, policymakers and informed laypeople.

 

The journal, published quarterly by the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, is also sponsored by Program on Education Policy and Governance, Harvard University and the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation.

 

 

Education Next

Advertising Coordinator

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Harvard University

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Cambridge, MA 02138

 

 

Toll free: (877) 476-5354

Phone: (617) 495-8575

Fax: (617) 496-4428

Email: en_ads@hks.harvard.edu

Online Advertising

 

Welcome to the special section of www.educationnext.org for online advertisers!

 

Education Next’s online advertisers have access to engagement with school reformers; administrators; teachers; national, state, and local education policy makers; purchasers of education services; facilities and equipment providers; and political leaders.

 

Currently, marketers have the option and opportunity to advertise their products on any one of our pages for the same low price. For more information, or in order to purchase an online advertising spot or to determine deadlines and availability, please contact Ashley Inman, advertising coordinator, at en_ads@hks.harvard.edu or 877-476-5354.

 

We invite you to discover what we can do to help you achieve your marketing goals.

 

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Thomas Fordham Institute - Advancing Educational Excellence and Education Reform

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