Vol. 18, No. 1

(Re)Searching for a School

How Choice Drives Parents to Become More Informed

Partisanship and Higher Education: Where Republicans and Democrats Agree

In our most recent public-opinion survey, we find sharp differences between Democrats and Republicans about the value of a bachelor’s degree (as distinct from a two-year associate’s degree).

Q&A: Hanna Skandera

New Mexico’s former state chief talks ed reform

Should We Limit “Screen Time” in School?

Debating the wisest use of technology in the classroom

Putting Dialogue over Devices Shapes Mind and Character

As we sober up from the tech-infused party of the past 20 years, we should think about what should come first in our schools: shaping not just our students’ ability to persevere and solve difficult problems but also their character—their empathic connection with others, their capacity to see our shared humanity, and their ability to problem solve with others for a common good.

The Problem Is Wasted Time, not Screen Time

The emerging generation of educational technology has the power to accelerate learning productivity in ways we can scarcely imagine. If we can ensure that students are connected to it through the help of teachers, a natural balance between online and offline experiences will develop.

Big Data Transforms Education Research

Can machine learning unlock the keys to great teaching?

K-12 Accreditation’s Next Move

A storied guarantee looks to accountability 2.0

Narrow Opening for School Choice

But Blaine Amendments stand, for now

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