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.
When charter schools serving mostly minority students outperform nearby district schools that also serve mostly minority students, what does this tell us about charter schools and segregation?
While policymakers might be taking a break from education policy, we cannot afford to take a break from educational improvement.
Many predicted that the restrictions Act 10 placed on collective bargaining would devastate the teacher workforce in Wisconsin, but the more drastic predictions have not transpired.
Despite their toxic reputation, student loans help recipients earn better grades, take more classes, and graduate sooner, a new study finds.
The nation’s largest private school choice program is effective, popular, and money-saving. And yet, it could be on the chopping block.
In a provocative new essay, David Labaree argues that American K–12 education has largely replaced its commitment to advancing the public good with a more selfish focus on securing private gains of various kinds.
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