Fall 2005: Vol. 5, No. 4

A Negative Assessment

An Education Revolution That Never Was

On the Positive Side

Bloomberg and Klein Seek to Repair a Failure Factory

Private Schools for the Poor

The accepted wisdom is that private schools serve the privileged; everyone else, especially the...

The New Philanthropists

Last February, in a speech in Washington, D.C. that drew 45 of the nation’s...

Making Up the Rules as You Play the Game

A Conflict of Interest at the Very Heart of NCLB

The Truths about Charter Schools

New Research from Chicago and North Carolina

Results from the Tar Heel State

Older Students Did Better When in Regular Public Schools

Pseudo-Science and a Sound Basic Education

Checked: “The New York Adequacy Study: Determining the Cost of Providing All Children in...

NEA Sues over NCLB

The bucks are big, but the case is weak

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