Alongside the focus on high-need students, we must not forget middle class students.
CNN reports on a new data brief from the National Center for Health Statistics showing that the general fertility rate for 2018 “fell to another all-time low.”
Indiana, Florida, Mississippi show signs of recent progress.
“Let’s face it, the problem in our schools isn’t just money”
The Washington Post reports on a new report from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights about race and school discipline. In a 2018 blog post, Education Next executive editor Michael Petrilli wrote about “Why Disparate Impact Theory Is a Bad Fit for School Discipline.”
“Reply with the grade you were in when you had your first nonwhite teacher”
Can a winning combination be recreated?
Salary data and the academic research undercut the notion that faculty pay is the key driver in price increases.
A new survey sheds light on public attitudes.
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