Education Next Issue Cover

Spring 2007 / Vol. 7, No. 2


Can Catholic Schools Be Saved?

Lacking nuns and often students, a shrinking system looks for answers

Mutual Selection Beats Random Assignment

Let student teachers and mentors choose the best fit

The Key to Research Influence

Quality data and sound analysis matter, after all

The Entrepreneurs and the New Commission

Changing minds in the education establishment

From Aristotle to Angelou

Best practices in character education

By Paul J. Dovre  
Character Education, Features  

Confessions of a “No Child Left Behind” Supporter

An interview with Sandy Kress

By Education Next  

Selling Software

How vendors manipulate research and cheat students

By Todd Oppenheimer  
Features, On Top of the News  


Return of the Thought Police?

The history of teacher attitude adjustment

By Laurie Moses Hines  
Curriculum, On Top of the News, Research  


Why Big Impact Entrepreneurs Are Rare

The dangers of challenging power

By Education Next  
Forum, On Top of the News  

What Innovators Can, and Cannot, Do

Squeezing into local markets and cutting deals


Debunking a Special Education Myth

Don’t blame private options for rising costs


Blink. Think. Blank. Bunk.

Solid snap judgments are deeply grounded

By Diane Ravitch  


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