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Education Next is a scholarly journal published by the Hoover Institution that is committed to looking at hard facts about school reform. Other sponsoring institutions are the Harvard Program on Education Policy and Governance, part of the Taubman Center for State and Local Government at the Harvard Kennedy School, and the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation. For more information contact Janice B. Riddell, janice_riddell@hks.harvard.edu, External Relations, Education Next

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Education reform movement dominated by left-leaning individuals

More than 87% of political contributions by reformers support Democratic candidates

Popular college “opportunity” measures lead to flawed conclusions

New measure allows universities to judge recruitment efforts against their own missions and circumstances

Popular efforts to expand student safety may compromise school climate

Security technologies in schools correlated with increased student fear and mistrust of educators

Turkey wages multimillion-dollar takedown of U.S. charters

Gülen-linked schools suspected of funding global political movement

Student borrowers earn more credits, better grades

Being offered federal loans increases academic and long-term success for community college attendees

Quality homework shapes students’ learning beliefs and behaviors

Especially for disadvantaged students, homework is a tool for long-term success

Unfunded teacher health benefits reach $231 billion nationwide

Amid soaring obligations, expert offers recommendations for states to reduce financial burden

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