“Have you ever heard of Michael Brown?” I have recently been posing this question to a range of people in various settings: from...
Since 2010, when most states adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), the Thomas B. Fordham Institute has been committed...
Regardless of where you stand on the debate currently raging over school discipline, one thing seems certain: Self-discipline is...
With the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, one of the most contentious issues within education policy may...
The Brown Center on Education Policy at Brookings continues to issue annual reports on American education, but this year’s...
2016–17 was one of the slowest-growth years for charter schools in recent memory. Nobody knows exactly why, but one hypothesis is...
Schools have long failed to cultivate the innate talents of many of their young people, particularly high-ability girls and boys...
I won’t lie: I was disappointed to see so many education-reform leaders and organizations sign onto a letter circulated by...
Sandy Kress
Editor’s note: Fordham President Michael J. Petrilli recently published a long-form article titled, “ Where Education Reform Goes...
More schools need to host parent focus groups at the end of the year. Yes, those last couple months are busy, hectic, and...
Rudy Crew
The world is getting more flooded by issues of disproportionality whether in education, politics, or opportunities to vote. A...
Apoorva Panidapu
According to Apoorva Panidapu’s parents, their thirteen-year old daughter is a joyous person both on the face of it and to the...
While people scream from the rooftops about how wrong and unfair the Janus ruling is, let’s pause for a moment and at least...
Upwards of 3.6 million high school seniors graduated this year, and most of them left twelfth grade with a reasonable complement...