At an EWA webinar last summer, I was asked to name the best thing that could happen to restore civic education as a priority for...
Shortly after Ohio lawmakers enacted a new voucher program in 2005, the state budget office wrote in its fiscal analysis, “The...
George Betts
Ensuring that highly able learners are recognized through systematic programming is of the highest importance. All teachers must...
In Common Core Math in the K-8 Classroom: Results from a National Teacher Survey, Jennifer Bay Williams, Ann Duffett, and David...
At the National Charter Schools Conference last month, Secretary of Education John King challenged U.S. charter operators to...
For three decades, leaders of both major political parties have recognized the urgency of reforming and renewing American K–12...
Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana, is the Republican Party’s vice presidential candidate , running alongside Donald Trump . The...
One of my greatest failures in my first year as a teacher was my inadequate communication with parents. Upon reflection, I can...
Lauren Morando Rhim and Paul O’Neill
Editor's note: This is the seventh entry in our forum on charter school discipline practices. Earlier posts can be found here ,...
Ohio has finally proven that it is serious about cleaning up its charter sector, with Governor Kasich and the Ohio General...
As a chubby girl at Treakle Elementary School (Mom said it was just “baby fat”), one thing I remember having to do was memorize...
Jesse Lovejoy
The San Francisco 49ers are taking science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education to new heights for children...
Scott Pearson and Naomi Rubin DeVeaux
Editor's note: This is the sixth entry in our forum on charter school discipline practices. Earlier posts can be found here ,...
Nat Malkus
Editor's note: This is the fifth entry in our forum on charter school discipline practices. Earlier posts can be found here ,...
The purpose of my last post was to suggest that those frustrated with school “accountability” should consider the structural...
Max Eden
Editor's note: This is the fourth entry in our forum on charter school discipline practices. Earlier posts can be found here ,...
Carrie Irvin
Editor's note: This is the third entry in our forum on charter school discipline practices. Earlier posts can be found here and...
Sarah Yatsko
Editor's note: This is the second entry in our forum on charter school discipline practices. The first post post is here ...
Helping lots more young Americans get “to and through” four-year college degrees is a major goal of public policy and...
Over the last few months, my work on ESSA implementation and my thinking about new systems of urban schools have come together. I...
Last month, on the heels of the Supreme Court's decision in Fisher v. University of Texas , the hashtag ‪#‎BeckyWithTheBadGrades...
M. René Islas
Children with extraordinary gifts and talents experience drastically different needs. We parents, teachers, and advocates often...
Paul Hill
Editor's note: This is the first entry in our forum on charter school discipline practices. Mike Petrilli's introductory post is...
At the National Charter Schools Conference last week, Secretary of Education John King challenged U.S. charter operators to...
With her nonstop knack for making waves, getting noticed, and possibly even advancing the interests of her members, American...
Editor’s note: On Monday, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools inducted Rod Paige into their Charter School Hall of...
June 4 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the enactment of Minnesota’s charter school law, the nation’s first. In broad terms...
Editor’s note: This interview was originally posted on June 19, 2013 , two and a half years into Kaya Henderson’s successful...