As I’ve embarked on my weeks-long discussion of how to usher in a Golden Age of Educational Practice , I have heard—often on...
Max Eden
Last week, the first randomized control trial study of “restorative justice” in a major urban district, Pittsburgh Public Schools...
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...
The long-awaited report of the National Commission on Social, Emotional, & Academic Development is now out and will doubtless...
Education Week opened the year with a second annual special issue titled “ 10 Big Ideas ” with, wrote editor Elizabeth Rich, “the...
Just before Christmas (or about ten thousand news cycles ago) the Trump administration took the widely anticipated step of...
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...
Before the holiday break, I wrote a series of posts discussing how we might turn the “ End of Education Policy ” (as I see it)...
Late December brought not one but two excellent disquisitions on moral education, both the importance of rekindling an emphasis...
Susan Rhodes
In December 2003, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Daniel Golden interviewed me about the identification and admissions policies...
Ben Lindquist
A month ago, a prominent philanthropist described today’s education reform climate to me as “The Empire Strikes Back.” I had to...