Published Articles & Media
What It Takes to Be an Effective Public Scholar
The extraordinary public scholar excels in five vital areas
The Locus of K–12 Coverage During the Pandemic, and After
Education reformers who want more media attention should be careful what they wish for
Everyone Is Looking to Tutoring Right Now. But How Do We Make It Work?
“Tutoring” is no one thing
“Equity Has To Be All About Excellence,” Says Winner of $3.9 Million Education Prize
"Unhelpful" professional development sent young Linda Darling-Hammond on a scholarly course
To Combat Learning Loss, Schools Need to Overhaul the Industrial-Age Paradigm
The decline in academic gains may be steeper, but it’s not a new phenomenon
Is Petting a Guinea Pig SEL? It’s Time to Call Out the Quacks
Leadership entails not only explaining what advocates think SEL should be but also what it isn’t
What the 2022 Midterm Election Results Will Mean for Education Policy
The 2022 midterm elections were always going to offer voters a dubious choice. They could...
NAEP Needs to Be Kept at Arm’s Length From Politics
It’s easier than you’d think for something as valuable as the national assessment to get sucked into today’s all-consuming political maw
What’s the Point of Civics Education?
Not even one fourth of teachers rank knowledge of political and civic institutions as a top-three concern
Standards, Testing, and Accountability
A Closer Look at Test-Score Declines: What a Leading Education Researcher Finds Surprising
An expert puts the new NAEP numbers in context