A new tool makes historical education data easier to find.
The best defense against recent proposals to ban private schools? A good offense.
Dan Ayoub, who helms Microsoft’s education team after a decade leading the famed Halo gaming franchise, discusses the possibilities and pitfalls of bringing augmented and virtual reality to the classroom.
Education Next reported in its Spring 2019 issue on the challenges facing the ASU program. The article also reported on alternatives, including Modern States, which offers freshman year classes online for free .
The choices states make about which industry-recognized credentials “count” will either encourage learners down a meaningful career path or unwittingly steer them toward low-wage, low-skill jobs.
‘Our tax starvation of public higher ed is a choice we’ve made.’
Parents prize academics, strict discipline.
Rebecca Kantar leads Imbellus, which has raised more than $24 million to build simulation-based assessments.
A path outside the conventional structure can save costs, enrich lives.
A new report by the Washington Post shows the overall number of children attending U.S. public schools with students of other races has actually doubled over the past 25 years. At the same time, many urban schools remain deeply segregated. An analysis by Tomas Monarrez, Brian Kisida and Matthew M. Chingos in Education Next examined this issue in the context of charter schooling.
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