New study finds charters get less—a disparity of $7,800 a student, a year
Pressure mounts for executive action ranging from a "universal student loan jubilee" to wiping away $5,000 in debt for each borrower.
How Kentucky overcame "incredible pushback"
EdNext Podcast: A fond farewell to Lamar Alexander, the most influential living figure on American K-12 public education
"Better schools mean better jobs for Tennesseans"
Regulatory shifts, Covid-19 aid top the Washington agenda
"There's frustration from parents, even politically liberal or Democratic parents."
The reality behind a Biden campaign promise
Harms caused by closures greatly exceed benefits.
Courts and Law
How Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue will reshape education law
The Education Exchange: Settlement Is Reached in Lawsuit Over Whether Delaware’s Schools Are So Bad They Are Unconstitutional
Governor averts trial in "adequacy" challenge, agrees to propose tens of millions in more spending