Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg speaks at the Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa, Okla., in January. In Democratic circles, higher
The founder of the Charles Sposato Graduate School of Education, Mike Goldstein (pictured), sits down with Education Next editor-in-chief Marty
Training for high-tech: In Chattanooga, Tennessee, Tyner Academy students (from left) Jada Beckett and Takayla Sanford work on building circuits,
A distinguished research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Macke Raymond (pictured), joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss Raymond’s new paper
An associate professor at the School of Public Affairs at American University, Seth Gershenson, joins Education Next editor-in-chief Marty West
In Choosing, and Paying for, College, Choice Has Benefits: Reviews of “Choosing College” by Michael B. Horn and Bob Moesta and “Indebted” by Caitlin Zaloom
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By Education Next 02/12/2020 The National Center for Education Statistics has issued a new “data point” reporting on
Sposato second-year student Faraaz Rashidi teaches math to Match High School students. In 2011, we were opening a brand new
By Education Next 02/11/2020 Education Week has an article, based on a new paper from the American Enterprise
Park Ranger Jim Hollister leads a school group at Minute Man National Historical Park in Massachusetts. When my mother passed
By Education Next 02/10/2020 Education Week has a new article about the use of voice-activated technology in schools.
The Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow in Education at the Hoover Institution, Eric Hanushek, joins Paul E. Peterson to
By Education Next 12/17/2019 The BBC has an article with a look at “which is better for helping
On Aug. 12, 2019, Todd Rogers, Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, sat down with Paul E.
Sixteen years ago, Education Next published a research article providing the first hard evidence that students learn more from teachers