Vol. 17, No. 4

Personalized Learning 1.0

In 2002, years before the current fervor over personalized learning, the state of Florida embraced a primitive form of the concept with its test-based promotion policy.

Taking a Chance, Finding a New Path

An entrepreneur discovers his calling in education

A Lasting Impact

High-stakes teacher evaluations drive student success in Washington, D.C

Louisiana Threads the Needle on Ed Reform

Launching a coherent curriculum in a local-control state

The Open Access Dilemma

How can community colleges better serve underprepared students?

Competency-Based Education, Put to the Test

An inside look at learning and assessment at Western Governors University

Is the Constitution Colorblind?

Debating Antonin Scalia’s record on race and education

Equal Protection Bars Racial Favoritism

In his 30 years on the Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia wrote surprisingly few opinions in education cases, and even when he did, he seldom mentioned education.

Choosing Judicial Activism Over Originalism

Justice Antonin Scalia was a staunch proponent of “originalism” in constitutional jurisprudence, an approach to deciding cases based on constitutional text as it was originally understood by its authors.

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