The Better of the Two Big Antiracism Bestsellers

Kendi’s How To Be An Antiracist lacks subtlety, but it beats White Fragility.

The Price Students Pay When Schools Are Closed

Seven ways children, and the nation, lose out when school buildings do not open

Homeschool Happens Everywhere

Less formal instruction, but more family and community activities

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The Price Students Pay When Schools Are Closed

Seven ways children, and the nation, lose out when school buildings do not open

The New Accountability Assignment

Post-Covid, judge schools based on what they ask students to read, write, and do, in addition to how much students learn.

Reopening Resilient Schools

With a hybrid learning model and proper safeguards, schools can successfully open

“No Excuses High,” Trapped by Its Own Success?

Highly regimented charter schools deliver the test results, but their methods may be ill-suited to the independent realities of college life.

Charter Schools and Their Enemies

At 90, Thomas Sowell reminds charter schools how to fight. And why.

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Steer Federal Stimulus Money to Poor Students

Fund direct services to individuals, not "schoolwide" Title I programs
Joe Biden speaks at a campaign stop in Hampton, N.H.

What a Democratic Sweep This Fall Would Mean for Education

"The most momentous education election in American history."
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Reimagining Civic Education for the Digital Age

"Justice O'Connor and video games may seem an odd couple, but she bought in."
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SEC Announces $40 million Settlement in Florida Teacher Pension Case

“Fraud or deceit” in a case involving a money manager’s payments to a for-profit company owned by teachers unions

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