Get real about voucher-school accountability

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It’s no fun to argue with friends—at least not about serious matters—and worse to find respected...

I have been blessed with a few decades worth of work in education policy, and I have never seen...

We take a look at Public Impact's recent publication of ten policy recommendations to foster growth of successful charters.

A state’s laws and policies set the conditions for a thriving charter-school environment. Good...

At less than an hour, this documentary, directed by Choice Media founder Bob Bowdon, provides a...

Hear Ye, Hear Ye

Michelle and Brickman take over the podcast, discussing “controlled choice” (and declaring their allegiances to either #TeamMike or #TeamChecker), Sen. Lamar Alexander’s school-choice legislation, and teacher-protection laws in California. Amber reads into English-language-arts instruction.

Amber's Research Minute

Learning that Lasts: Unpacking Variation in Teachers’ Effects on Students’ Long-Term Knowledge,” by Benjamin Master, Susanna Loeb, and James Wyckoff, Working Paper 104 (Washington, D.C.: CALDER and AIR, January 2014).