The DonorsChoose.org website has been used by teachers in 80 percent of American public schools to raise $760 million to fund 1.2 million different classroom projects.
The Winter 2019 issue of Education Next is now available in full on our website. The issue presents results from the 2018 EdNext Poll of public opinion.
Technology might allow us to collect detailed information about classroom practice that would help us learn what’s working and what’s not.
After more than 15 years of “meh” results, viewers have tuned out.
American education lost two great leaders last week with the passing of George H.W. Bush and Harold O. Levy.
A recent report found that most educational software licenses go unused in K-12 districts. The findings unveil a clear disconnect between district software procurement and classroom practice.
A new NBER working paper can be added to the growing list of studies finding that black students who have black teachers reap benefits in both the short term and in the long term.
Choice and relevancy are two arrows in the teacher’s quiver to engage and push children to academic heights. But there are lots of others.
A new book highlights the abundance of human beings, young and old, who could benefit from one another’s energy, wisdom, and experience.
Last week, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos proposed new rules for how colleges are to handle cases of sexual assault and harassment. These rules for how to implement Title IX would replace the policies put into place by the Obama administration.
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