The release of PISA scores once again leads to misleading comparisons between the US and top-performing school systems.
Why are some on the left embracing local control?
What is at stake in the controversy over Title I funding?
When they were stymied by the U.S. Supreme Court, school finance advocates turned to state constitutions and state courts. Why haven't desegregation advocates done the same thing?
I'll be taking a break from blogging for a couple of weeks. Looking forward to returning in early August.
Twenty years after the Connecticut Supreme Court ruling in the landmark school desegregation case Sheff v. O'Neill, progress toward widespread integration remains slow.
Students say they are bored in school. Is that a (fixable) problem?
Two marches this school year in Chicago and New York raise questions about whether and to what extent policymakers and district leaders should heed parents' wishes.
It's not obvious how a win for the plaintiffs in Vergara will ultimately improve education equality in California.
When the right to education goes to trial, judicial activism may be in the eyes of the beholder.