Many of us, if we’re lucky, can fondly recall a time in elementary school when our parents proudly posted one of our A papers on...
Although the vast majority of American parents believe their child is performing at or above grade level, in reality two-thirds...
Eight years ago, we compared states’ English language arts (ELA) and mathematics standards to what were then the newly-minted...
From complaints that our undergraduates are “ mollycoddled babies ,” to laments over the disappearance of meritocratic athletic...
“But you support the Common Core!” So said Laura Jimenez of the Center for American Progress on the Education Gadfly Show podcast...
Since 2010, when most states adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), the Thomas B. Fordham Institute has been committed...
2016–17 was one of the slowest-growth years for charter schools in recent memory. Nobody knows exactly why, but one hypothesis is...
Dina Brulles
Cesar, a first grader, scored 92 percent on the Naglieri Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT2). Although he did not officially qualify...
My really smart and brave friend from Tennessee, Vesia Hawkins, wrote a thought provoking piece about how all in parents and...
“But you support the Common Core!” So said Laura Jimenez of the Center for American Progress on the Education Gadfly Show podcast...
James V. Shuls
How would you respond if you stumbled across a headline that asked, “How much do farmers markets cost Walmart?” It’s a ridiculous...
It’s been almost a decade since governors and state superintendents started work on what would become the Common Core State...