California Moves to Replace Math With “Data Science,” in the name of Equity and Inclusion
“Watered-down diet” would not give students fluency with algebra and an introduction to calculus
California Educators Urge Common Ground in Civics Education
Rejecting “instilling collective racial guilt in today’s children”—while also refusing to ban books about Rosa Parks
On Race in the Classroom, Republicans Risk Overreaching
Few parents may want woke curriculum, but how many want book banning instead?
A Parents’ Education Bill of Rights Is a Fine Thing—Within Limits
Education is not exclusively the province of parents any more than it’s the monopoly of the state.
What Youngkin’s Virginia Win Means for Education
It was all about values, frustration, and parental empowerment. And that is potent, deeply personal stuff.
A Human Sacrifice Too Far
Californians sue to stop Aztec prayer in public school ethnic-studies classrooms
Can Teaching Be Improved by Law?
At least twenty states have passed or are considering measures related to the science of reading.
Robots Are Teaching Language Skills, But Are They Any Good?
Robots may work well sometimes. Here's what we know about why, when, and for whom.
Great Curriculum Is Important. But It’s Not Enough.
As long as teacher preparation programs, professional development organizations, school systems themselves, and state education agencies do little to help teachers master specific reading, math, and science curricula, we’re likely to see more studies showing minimal effects of curricula.
New ‘Knowledge Mapping’ Tool Evaluates English Language Arts Curricula
Tool allows education leaders to see the degree to which their curriculum builds critical background knowledge and aligns with their vision and priorities.