The administration’s new tax credit initiative revives a debate over the role of the federal government in promoting school choice.
In the News: Cal State Remedial Education Reforms Help Thousands More Students Pass College-Level Math Classes
After the Cal State system eliminated non-credit, remedial math classes and replaced them with credit-bearing, college-level courses, nearly 7800 students passed the higher-level math classes.
New York City is canceling the Renewal program, acknowledging that turnaround efforts have failed yet again in many long-struggling public schools.
New evidence from America’s longest-running voucher program
Sunday, Feb. 24, was the 50th anniversary of Tinker v. Des Moines Community Independent School District, the Supreme Court ruling affirming that students have free speech rights protected by the first amendment.
Some countries have chosen to hire teachers from higher up in the distribution of college graduates, and these teachers are more effective in the classroom.
An arts education experiment finds measurable academic, social, and emotional outcomes, but do we really need a randomized control trial study to justify the arts as an essential part of a well-rounded education?
Siegfried “Zig” Engelmann, the designer of Direct Instruction, died this weekend.
In Nevada, Denver, and San Antonio, education leaders are working closely with business and industry.
Building a new pathway between high school and college that’s student-centered instead of system-centered
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