This is the fourth article in a series that looks at a recent AEI paper by Colin Hitt, Michael Q. McShane, and Patrick J. Wolf...
 
 
This year will feature a whopping thirty-six governors’ races, half of which are wide open, with incumbents who are term-limited...
 
 
Way back when you were young (i.e., 2003), the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation published a hard-hitting report titled Where Did...
 
 
As the Trump Administration inches closer to a decision about what to do with a 2014 “Dear Colleague” letter sent by the U.S...
 
 
This is the third article in a series that looks at a recent AEI paper by Colin Hitt, Michael Q. McShane, and Patrick J. Wolf, “...
 
 
Schools have long failed to cultivate the innate talents of many of their young people, particularly high-ability girls and boys...
A new teacher’s pension is supposed to be a perk. The truth is that for the majority of the nation’s new teachers, what they can...
This is the second article in a series that looks at a recent AEI paper by Colin Hitt, Michael Q. McShane, and Patrick J. Wolf...
 
 
One important question about school discipline is whether it helps or harms those being disciplined. But a second, equally...
The Every Student Succeeds Act grants states more authority over their accountability systems than did No Child Left Behind, but...
Last month, the American Enterprise Institute published a paper by Colin Hitt, Michael Q. McShane, and Patrick J. Wolf that...
 
 
Natalie Wexler
Education reform has come under attack lately, and not just from the usual suspects. Some of the critics are reformers themselves...
 
 
Sasha Pudelski
It may seem counterintuitive, but conservative organizations from the Heritage Foundation, to FreedomWorks, to the Club for...
 
 
“Fortnite” has taken over my house and there’s a good chance it has taken over yours, too. It is the newest and coolest video...
 
 
As feared, the new results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress show that national trends are mostly flat. Coming...
 
 
The biggest takeaway from the new National Assessment of Education Progress results is a bleak one: Average scores are flat...
 
 
April 25, 2018 - 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

This month, the U.S. Department of Education released the latest results of the National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP), which told us how fourth- and eighth-grade students are faring nationally, in every state, and in most big cities in math and reading. This month also marks the...