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What We’re Watching: Condi Rice on Education As National Security Challenge

Jeb Bush announced yesterday that he was handing over control of his education foundation to Condoleezza Rice. In this PBS interview from March 2012, Rice discussed a report linking education to national security.

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What We’re Watching: On the Rocketship

On June 26 at 4pm, the Fordham Institute will host a panel to discuss Richard Whitmire's new book, On the Rocketship: How Top Charter Schools are Pushing the Envelope.

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Great Education Books for Holiday Gifts and Reading

If someone on your holiday gift list is a teacher, a student, a former student, or an education policy wonk, here are some great books you might want to consider as stocking stuffers.

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The Top 20 Education Next Articles of 2013

Which Education Next articles were most popular in 2013?

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The Top 10 Education Next Blog Posts of 2013

What makes for a popular blog entry?

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Accountability Comes to Physical Education

Video: As policymakers call on schools to help combat childhood obesity, Education Next takes a close look at an innovative P.E. class that holds students accountable for how long and how hard they work out.

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Florida’s Reforms Working, Particularly for Minority Students

Last year, Dan Lips and I demonstrated, in the pages of Education Next, that demography is not K-12 destiny . We cited the remarkable progress of disadvantaged students in Florida based on 1998-2007 NAEP data. NAEP has released the 2009 data, and the news for Florida just keeps getting better.

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A Steeper, Better Road to Graduation

It’s time for America to adopt European-style exit exams

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Cheating to the Test

What to do about it

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Portfolio Assessment

Can it be used to hold schools accountable?

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