More than twelve million American students exercise some form of school choice by going to a charter, magnet, or private school...
By Daniela Doyle, Christen Holly, and Bryan C. Hassel (Public Impact) Foreword by Amber M. Northern and Michael J. Petrilli Tweet...
The eyes of the nation are fixed on a tournament of champions this week. Snacks have been prepared, eager spectators huddle...
A report last month from the “Making Caring Common” project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education calls on elite colleges...
M. René Islas
On January 23, the Economist sent a clear warning to world leaders about the ways that “governments are systematically preventing...
On Tuesday afternoon, we at the Fordham Institute will host a competition to present compelling designs for state accountability...
One of the big themes in the Star Wars series is the battle between technology and tradition: the Empire with its Death Star,...
As my Fordham colleague David Griffith wrote late last year in a post accompanying the release of The Best (and Worst) Cities for...
National School Choice Week (NSCW) may fall in January (rather than December), but it seems to herald a season of hope this year...
Michael S. Matthews, Ph.D.
The differential representation of some student populations in advanced academic programming has long been recognized as a...
I’ve dedicated a big part of my career to expanding school choice. I think it’s the right thing to do for kids, families,...
If it isn’t already clear, let the Fordham Institute be the first one to state it outright: National School Choice Week 2016 has...
If you’ve been keeping up with the Common Core scandal pages, you may be wondering who Dianne Barrow is . Until this month, the...
Nothing in life is truly free—but don’t tell that to dogmatic liberals and their pandering politicians, who would turn the first...
Education reform has been a specialty of Jeb Bush’s, and his track record on this issue in Florida is unbeatable. He knows the...
Nearly thirty years ago, a then-obscure University of Virginia professor named E.D. Hirsch, Jr. set off a hot national debate...
My wife and I both spend time working with our kids on their homework. We have also made a family tradition of “ Saturday School...
In a perfect world, all children would have access to an inspiring, well-rounded education, especially in pre-K and elementary...
M. René Islas
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of blog posts that will be collaboratively published every Wednesday by the National...
Let’s just stop pussyfooting around and say it out loud: The “historic” peak in the country’s high school graduation rate is...
A new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research examines how Louisiana’s statewide voucher program affects student...
Officials at the Department of Education have requested public comments by January 21 about areas in the new Every Student...
Leslie Kan
This week, teachers’ unions continued their battle over mandatory “ agency fees ” in the Supreme Court case Friedrichs v...
In a recent blog post , Jason Bedrick of the Cato Institute attributes the apparently troubling results of a recent study on...