Schools make bad edtech choices, writes EdSurge CEO Betsy Corcoran but they don't have to...with a little thought, reflection, and help from their friends.


The 'Great Public Schools Now' announced Thursday by charter-friendly philanthropists isn't great. It's not even much of a plan, but it has our attention.


Historically, the idea of teacher power has been associated with faculty running schools. A new report links teacher influence and providing deeper-learning experiences.


California's new Labor-Management Initiative has been teaching how to build collaborative relationships. Its success is key to the state's reform agenda.


The state is moving away from test-and-punish. Here's why I think the instinct to improve is a stronger driver than naming and shaming.


My interview with designer Tim Brown continues as he talks about how constraining rules can help focus imaginative design and why a $-billion isn't enough to save education.


We've always been designers, says Tim Brown, the CEO of legendary firm IDEO. The logic and techniques used to create widgets can also allow people to create new social systems, he says in an interview.


It's easy to lose sight of how profoundly California wants to change its education system and the political coalition that will be required.


Louisiana is poised to return New Orleans' (mostly) charter schools to local board control. This is not a return to the past, but a redefinition of local control and local politics, and others should pay attention.


Author Kate Shuster has written and taught about inequality for years, and recently turn her attention to how we teach about slavery. She's found a valuable resource.


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