The case against reading instruction that leads to illiteracy
It took until the third hour of the third Democratic presidential debate for education policy to make an appearance.
The Art of Problem Solving — and of Question Asking
First national analysis reveals a modest impact, depending on where you look
Montana case could prompt last judgment for Blaine Amendments
How school start times affect academic performance
Are falling birthrates a crisis or an opportunity?
Will districts demand reform in exchange for needed raises?
Online programs offer low-cost courses for college credit
An autocrat declares war on high-performing American schools
Financial pressures and declining enrollment may lead to more closures
How extrinsic motivation gets kids to work harder and learn more
Jumping to conclusions from districts’ raw discipline data ought to end.
Education Next talks with Scott Levy and Jonah Edelman
Elected school board employs portfolio strategy to lift achievement
Racial composition of schools and student learning
Non-cog or character skills are incredibly important but if we are going to use these and other ideas to improve education, we are going to need a significant shift toward funding research and greater patience to bring those ideas to fruition.
Accountability, Common Core, and the college-for-all movement are transforming instruction
Education Next talks with Sara Goldrick-Rab and Andrew Kelly
Michael B. Horn and Paul E. Peterson discuss Arne Duncan’s decision to resign and what his legacy will be as Secretary of Education.
Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association could fundamentally alter the education labor landscape
It’s time to review the progress of the charter movement and the challenges that lie ahead, what we’ve done right as well as where we’ve gone astray..
On Wednesday, Campbell Brown and the American Federation for Children will host an education policy summit in New Hampshire with at least six of the GOP presidential contenders. Here’s what I hope they will say.
Through Course Access, students choose from a range of providers
Early evidence shows reforms lifting student achievement