Education Choice Means Accountability to Families
Concerns about waste and fraud in ESAs are misplaced, especially in comparison to other government programs.
A Few Reflections on the AP African American History Clash
Governor DeSantis was right to criticize the course for commingling history and advocacy.
Education Advice for Incoming Governors
Ask questions. Everyone is incentivized to tell you things are going swimmingly.
In Race for Governor of Maine, It’s “Parents Bill of Rights” Versus “Historic Investment”
LePage seeks comeback as Mills promises pre-K
Teachers Pay to Mail Falsehoods to Massachusetts Voters
In costly campaign for tax increase, misleading claims about revenues, rates
How to Garner Rural Republican Support of School Choice
“Hold harmless” provisions would help ease concerns of small districts
A Three-Prong Strategy for a Better Education for All
How an all-the-above approach can reform and transform education
“How’d You Do It?” Mississippi’s Superintendent of Education Explains State’s Learning Gains
“Data and accountability will drive the behaviors that you want to see,” Carey Wright says in exit interview
What’s Ahead for the Nation’s First Federally Approved Teacher-Apprenticeship Program?
Tennessee finds a way for teachers to graduate with zero debt, and to be paid as they study.
Student Learning Recovering from Pandemic Losses, Ohio Data Show
For some subgroups—including English learners and students with disabilities—achievement has largely recovered to pre-pandemic levels.