Published Articles & Media
The State that Created the Most New Schools Is Also the One Where Students Learned More Than Anywhere Else.
“Supply-side progressivism” in action
Many states had academic disasters unfolding for students with disabilities before the pandemic
"Shame on us," "Return to accountability," "Focus on the low-performing students," and other reactions to the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress results.
Education Next talks with Matthew Ladner and Nelson Smith
As the Baby Boomers retire, a fierce battle between advocates of public spending on health and public education looms.
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.