Weighing its effects on students with disabilities, their peers, and teachers
Long-term enrollment trends by family income
A review of “How Schools Work” by Arne Duncan
Financial pressures and declining enrollment may lead to more closures
Reflections on the Janus v. AFSCME ruling, from the plaintiff in a similar case
Should Auditors Set the Terms of Debate on Federal Education Policy?
What if end-users in the classroom made purchasing decisions?
A new era of teachers union activism
An analysis of 2017 state proficiency standards
How extrinsic motivation gets kids to work harder and learn more
Can value-added make useful distinctions?
What explains the disappointing results?
As States Cut Back, Where Has the Money Gone?
How the mom-and-pops can help the sector diversify and grow
Assessing the administration’s early impact on education
Forum: Trump and the Nation’s Schools
After little more than a year, President Donald J. Trump’s policies, values, and rhetoric have had a negative impact on our nation’s most vulnerable schoolchildren, particularly low-income students and students of color. This adverse effect is especially pronounced in five areas: oversight of federal education law; enforcement of federal guarantees of educational equity; budget and […]
A new proposal for reforming teacher education
Can Georgia Tech’s virtual master’s increase access to education?
High court hears oral argument in Janus v. AFSCME
From the Editor: Some highlights from the Spring 2018 issue of Education Next
Will Hanna Skandera’s legacy last?
Scholars review the research on statewide programs
School voucher programs, which allow eligible families to send their children to private schools with the help of public funds, have sparked controversy since the first such initiative was launched in Milwaukee in 1991. Today, 28 states and the District of Columbia (D.C.) operate 54 private-school-choice programs, which include not only government-issued vouchers but also […]
Do public-school students who move to a private school with a government-funded voucher benefit from making this switch? A growing body of research is shedding light on this question. Of particular interest are findings coming out of three states and the District of Columbia, all of which have implemented ambitious voucher programs over the past […]