Published Articles & Media
Is College Remediation a Barrier or a Boost?
Evidence from Tennessee
Develop and Validate — Then Scale
Lessons from the Gates Foundation’s Effective Teaching Strategy
Every Student Succeeds Act
Making Evidence Locally
Rethinking education research under the Every Student Succeeds Act
In Vergara, Low-Income Students Pay … One Way or Another
The real question is whether the California laws that were challenged by the plaintiffs in the case “inevitably cause” poor and minority students to be provided with a lower quality education, and the answer is Yes.
Never Judge a Book By Its Cover—Use Student Achievement Instead
A focused effort to evaluate curricula and shift demand toward more effective options would yield a higher return on investment than more resource-intensive measures.
Connecting to Practice
How we can put education research to work
Using Video to Make Classroom Observations More Fair, More Helpful, and Less Burdensome
The use of teacher-collected video in classroom observations did seem to improve the classroom observation process.
The Next Phase Of Teacher Evaluation Reform: It’s Up To You, New York, New York!
Students will not achieve at higher levels until teachers teach at higher levels—and that’s simply not going to happen without quality feedback and evaluation.
Frustrated With the Pace of Progress in Education? Invest in Better Evidence
The primary obstacle to faster progress in U.S. education reform is the infrastructure we never built for identifying what works.
To Empower State and Local Leaders, ESEA Reauthorization Should Include Competitive Grants
Competitive grant programs do not weaken local leadership. They strengthen local leadership much more effectively than block grants do.
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