Charter Schools and the Most Disadvantaged

Jack Schneider and Travis Pillow discuss whether charter schools help or hurt the most disadvantaged students.


The Charter School Lawsuit

Jack Schneider and Paul Reville discuss an impending lawsuit over the cap on charter schools in Massachusetts.


Peril and Possibility for Teachers' Unions

Jack Schneider and former Massachusetts Secretary of Education Paul Reville discuss future directions for teachers unions.


What Is Educational Technology Good for?

Why has ed tech had so little impact on the way we conduct education? And should it? Jack Schneider and Paul Reville discuss.


Should We Provide Community College for All?

Should we provide free universal access to community college? Jack Schneider and former Massachusetts Secretary of Education, Paul Reville, discuss.


Strengthening the Teaching Profession

Jack Schneider and former Massachusetts Secretary of Education Paul Reville discuss the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), looking at how Congress might approach ESEA reauthorization in a manner that strengthens the teaching profession.


What's Worth Keeping in NCLB?

Jack Schneider and Paul Reville discuss the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, paying particular attention to how it might be improved from its current incarnation as "No Child Left Behind."


The Limits of Testing and the Future of Accountability

Should policymakers have anticipated the problematic consequences of high-stakes testing? Jack Schneider and Paul Reville discuss.


Why Has the Dominance of Standardized Tests Persisted?

In this post, Jack Schneider and Paul Reville discuss the increasingly central role that standardized tests have played in public education for the past two decades.


Introducing Paul Reville

Following Michelle Rhee, Julian Vasquez-Heilig, and Andy Smarick, the latest guest on the blog is Paul Reville.


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