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December 15, 2014

What Do State Policymakers Think of Race to the Top?

Following the Race to the Top (RT3) competition, I spent a year talking with high-ranking state policymakers. Here are some lessons they think we should learn from RT3.

December 12, 2014

The Power of Place, the Sharing Economy, and Why We Should Care About Substitute Teachers

Technology offers ways to rethink everything from doctor visits to Mandarin teachers to the problem of getting impactful substitute teachers.

December 10, 2014

Brave Steps: The Role of Parents in Shaping the Future of School

In talking with parents, I continually hear a sentiment of activism. National advocacy organizations are providing a space to channel that activism.

December 08, 2014

What Running a Marathon Taught Me About Ed. Reform

I recently completed my first full marathon. It struck me that many aspects of the race were analogous to education reform.

December 05, 2014

On Poverty, Ed Reform, and the Most Important Foundation You've Probably Never Heard Of

I'm more convinced than ever that education reform can't work without poverty reduction - and that poverty reduction can't work without education reform.

December 04, 2014

The Extracurricular Hamster Wheel: Lessons for Promoting High Performance

Extracurriculars can be both a strength and a weakness of the American education system. Lately, specialization has gotten out of hand.

December 03, 2014

The Good, the Not Bad, and the Ugly of Title IX

Parts of Title IX may be among the most successful educational policies ever, but there are also 'not bad' and 'ugly' parts of the law.

December 02, 2014

Should Local Districts Participate in International Assessments?

As PISA spills over into local educational decision making, it is reasonable to question the consequences of an international organization calling the shots.

December 01, 2014

We're Getting STEAMrolled: Stop Creating Favored Classes of Content

Data indicates a stark difference in the amount of time spent on reading and math compared to other subjects. Unfortunately, these other subjects suffer as a result.

November 28, 2014

Introducing Your Special Guest Stars: Plucker, Feigler, Saultz, & McShane

Some guest stars will blog on RHSU through Christmas: Jonathan Plucker, Andre Feigler, Andrew Saultz, and Mike McShane. Enjoy!

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