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Is Hybrid Learning Killing Teaching?

Bolstering the urgency of getting everyone back in person.
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What’s It Take for Philanthropy to Help Rural Schools?

Building trust, measuring impact informally may work in other places, too.
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Evaluating Claims that Charter Schools Practice “Cream Skimming” and “Pushout”

Study analyzes student entrance and exit patterns, academic history, and more
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How Jeb Bush’s ExcelinEd Is Tackling the Next 5 Years

"With the disruption of the pandemic, we have the opportunity to innovate."
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Remembering Harvard’s Richard Elmore

A profound and hugely influential scholar
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Outschool CEO on How to Engage Half a Million Virtual Learners

Group guitar lessons, math-and-Minecraft see rapid growth online.
The president of United Teachers Los Angeles, Alex Caputo-Pearl, center, joins unionized teachers at a rally in the city in 2018.

A Rolling National Teacher Strike Is Why Schools Are Closed

Context isn’t just coronavirus, but years of union activism and potential for tens of billions in federal funds from Biden.

Five Intuitions to Guide Assessment in 2021 and After

Parental choice is a form of accountability, too.
Kindergarten teacher Julie Mackett conducts her class at Ft. Meigs Elementary School, in Perrysburg, Ohio.

Covid and Student Achievement: Early Evidence from Ohio’s Fall Tests

The decline equates to about one third of a year’s worth of learning, and it was worse among students whose districts started the year with fully remote instruction.


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