There is a science of reading and we owe it to all future elementary school teachers that it be taught and embraced so that it might improve outcomes for children.
One year in a Massachusetts charter school adds 40 days of additional learning in math and 28 days in reading compared to the schools from which students came.
Too often, districts get heralded as islands of possibility, superintendents are honored as paragons of leadership, and hard questions wind up going unasked.
A conversation about how media coverage of education has changed, what education journalists do especially well, and where the coverage needs improvement.
A new EdNext article looks at whether American students are getting too much homework or too little.
The Harvard EdCast takes a close look at declining enrollment in private schools, particularly among the middle class. Sean Reardon, the author of “Who Goes to Private School?” an article in the fall issue of Education Next, is the guest.
WeWork and 2U are not recreating the sprawling campus environment of college, but they are offering an in-person environment in an experiment that could dramatically bolster engagement
“Teacher professionalism” can mean profoundly different things to different people. Fordham’s Robert Pondiscio argues that the key to professionalizing teaching is to ask, “What do the kids do all day?”
Teachers Who Pray is a network of educators who believe in the power of God to transform all schools—public or private—from the inside out.
The National Art Education Association and the Association of Art Museum Directors just released a new study examining the effects of student field trips to art museums.
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