Yesterday at AEI, along with my friend and colleague Mike McShane, I hosted a conference on "Bush-Obama School Reform: Lessons Learned." After spending a day noodling on the subject, I thought I'd share a few takeaways.


For the 2018 RHSU Public Influence finale, the top ten finishers for various academic disciplines, as well as for junior faculty.


Here are the 2018 RHSU Edu-Scholars Public Influence Rankings, hot off the press!


In the spirit of full transparency, here's the detailed methodology for tomorrow's 2018 RHSU Public Influence Rankings.


On Wednesday, I'll be publishing the 2018 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, so I want to take a few moments today to explain the purpose of those rankings.


As we wade into 2018, I thought I'd give my not-so-famed prognostication skills a spin. Here's my best guess at eight education stories we just may be reading in the year ahead.


In 2018, I resolve to speak my mind while recognizing that plenty of smart, thoughtful, informed people are inevitably going to see things differently.


With 2017 about to go in the books, it seems a propitious time to take a moment and reflect on the "best" of RHSU from the past year.


In the spirit of the holidays, I reminded Santa that one of the nice things about education is that precious few people really are "against the kids." And that's nice.


I keep thinking just how good and healthy impostor syndrome can actually be for those of us in the world of academe, research, and policy. And I say that as someone who has lived with impostor syndrome throughout my professional life.


The opinions expressed in Rick Hess Straight Up are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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