This is the second in a series of interviews called “moms and choice,” (the first can be read here ) in which I talk with mothers...
“Being valedictorian, it didn’t mean anything,” said Shanika Bridges-King about her time at Bryn Mawr to the Boston Globe last...
Last April, we published a report by Andrew Saultz and colleagues highlighting “charter school deserts” across the country, or...
Credit recovery, or the practice of enabling high school students to retrieve credits from courses that they either failed or...
Whether initiated from the bottom-up or the top-down , any effort to help educators align their practice with the best evidence...
In an essay in The Washington Post last summer , Sonja Santelises, the courageous chief executive of Baltimore City Public...
David DeSchryver
Since the passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in 2015, there has been buzz about the change to the “supplement, not...
Although the vast majority of American parents believe their child is performing at or above grade level, in reality two-thirds...
Since 2005, the Thomas B. Fordham Institute has published annual analyses of Ohio’s state report card data, focusing on district...
Dina Brulles
Why and why now? Today’s global society and economy have greatly increased mobility and are enhancing children’s interactions...
In my last post , I described a demand-side approach to bringing evidence-based practices into schools by developing programs and...
Florida has been a national leader on private school choice for a long time. The state’s tax credit scholarship program is the...
If you haven’t read Dylan Wiliam’s Creating the Schools Our Children Need , there’s now more reason to do so. In addition to a...
Stacey Abrams became something of a household name in the weeks leading up to the 2018 midterms and tonight she will give the...
A narrative has emerged that Democrats don’t care much for education reform anymore. Maybe there is some evidence to support this...