Robin Lake is the director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE), which is tracking district responses to school closures
The director of the ifo Center for the Economics of Education, Ludger Woessmann (pictured), joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss
Students participate in a writing class at KIPP Memphis Collegiate Middle School in Tennessee.AP Photo / Tennessee Daily Life /
By Education Next 03/04/2020 In The American Interest, the Christian A. Herter Professor Emeritus of American Foreign Policy
A professor of education policy at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education, Julie A. Marsh, joins Education
The New Yorker has a long and fascinating look at Prep for Prep, a New York-based program that selects minority
School closures. Distance learning, home-schooling, and online education. Budget implications. The effect on standardized testing. The novel coronavirus has
Mike Casserly has been the executive director of the Council of the Great City Schools, a coalition of the nation’s
The Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow in Education at the Hoover Institution, Eric Hanushek (pictured), joins Paul E. Peterson
Terry Grier spent decades as a highly regarded superintendent in Houston, San Diego, and elsewhere. Today, he spends a good deal
The “earliest possible return date” is pushed back, and our 50-state plus Washington, D.C., coronavirus school-closure infographic gets an update.
Research professor at Georgetown University and director of the Edunomics Lab, Marguerite Roza, joins Education Next Editor-in-chief Marty West to
The reforms of the past decade have transformed public education in D.C. from a traditional, single-delivery model to a competitive,
In the News: Will Dallas Be the First Big-City District to Require Video Cameras in All Special Education Classrooms?
By Education Next 03/10/2020 Trustees of the Dallas Independent School District recently voted to require video cameras in