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EdNext Podcast: A Lot of Lost Ground: Results from the Education Next Survey on...

"Across a range of the questions that we asked, you see a more robust response in the charter school sector and in the private school sector."

EdNext Podcast: How Students Are Kept Out of the Best Public Schools

“Some of these zones are very, very weird, misshapen things.”

EdNext Podcast: Why Fewer Teens Are Working Summer Jobs

“As the coronavirus shakes up the economy, I think teens are probably not going to be first in line or top of the list for employers who were starting to hire back.”

EdNext Podcast: The Grade-Level Expectations Trap and the Post-Coronavirus Reopening

“There is a real opportunity for forward-thinking school operators to ask the question, should we think a little bit differently about how we come back to school than before we left?”

EdNext Podcast: Mapping Out a Return to Schools

A visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, John Bailey, joins Education Next Editor-in-chief Marty West to discuss Bailey’s new study, which details how students and teachers can plan to return to physical school buildings in the 2020-21 academic year amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

EdNext Podcast: An Earthquake Followed by a Tsunami

“One of the things that districts discovered quickly was that many of their teachers didn’t have wi-fi at home.”

EdNext Podcast: Coronavirus Could Fuel Demand for Better Assessments

EdNext Podcast · Ep. 197 - April 23, 2020: Coronavirus Could Fuel Demand for...

EdNext Podcast: Using Transparency To Create Accountability During Covid-19 Closures

EdNext Podcast · Ep. 196 - April 15, 2020: Using Transparency To Create Accountability...

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