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October 30, 2015

The Legacy of Brown v. Board (2) 60 Years Later: Innovation and Schools

The Brown II decision was not only a critical moment for American education in 1955, but it also continues to shape the framework for how we deliver education to over 50 million students today in new and innovative ways.

October 28, 2015

The Legacy of Brown v. Board (2) 60 Years Later: Demography and Schools

As the demography of our schools continues to change, exploring other models and methods to make educational freedom a reality for more American schoolchildren is essential for keeping the spirit of Brown alive.

October 26, 2015

The Legacy of Brown v. Board (2) 60 Years Later: Courts and Schools

In advance of Gerard Robinson's event on Brown v. Board, the AEI scholar discusses the impact of the decision 60 years on.

October 22, 2015

Introducing Your Special Guests: Robinson, Lautzenheiser, Bassett & Strunk

While I buckle down writing my new book for the next month, I hope you'll enjoy the great guest-blogger lineup on RHSU.

August 28, 2015

5 Minutes Can Change the World of Education

Enough doom and gloom in the education world — we HAVE to start talking about what is working.

August 26, 2015

Stop Telling Lawmakers What to Do. TEACH Them!

Teaching doesn't have to be a classroom-only activity-- try it on a politician sometime!

August 24, 2015

Teachers: Make the Switch From Humble Servants to Confident Professionals

I am a skilled, trained, and professional expert in my field-- why does the teacher code call for us to play this down?

August 21, 2015

What If Teachers Regularly Communicated With Parents?

Communication is key in parent-teacher relations, and it's time we make it a school norm.

August 20, 2015

What If Every Struggling Student Had a Tutor?

Studies have shown that tutoring provides enormous benefits to students. It's worth asking what it would take to make tutoring available to those who need it most.

August 19, 2015

What If Students Could Relate to Their Teachers and Classes?

Students who relate to their teachers and classes show marked improvement in classroom performance. What if we took these individual efforts and organized them school-wide?

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