The United States once led the world in educational attainment, but that is no longer the case. So, how did we get here?
Do high PISA scores mask a serious threat to Estonia's education progress?
How Estonia's rise to the top of the league tables for student achievement is the result of a strong history of placing a high value on education, like its northern neighbor Finland.
In the latest report from NCEE's Center on International Education Benchmarking, Nancy Hoffman and Bob Schwartz shed new light on why the Swiss vocational education and training system is a world leader and what the U.S. can learn from it.
Australian education expert Geoff Masters looks at the reforms that have boosted student performance in the world's rapidly improving education systems and finds that they do not use market-based strategies, but instead focus on developing strong teachers and school leaders throughout the entire school system.
In the latest report from the Center on International Education Benchmarking, written by Asia Society's Vivien Stewart, we find that China's hopes of transitioning to a high-skill, high-wage economy will hinge on its ability to scale-up and modernize its vocational education and training system.
In remarks from a Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE) panel discussion, I explain why NCLB was the result of a federal government too consumed with demanding accountablity for its investment and not sufficiently focused on improving student achievement.
Tough-minded accountablity reforms for teachers colleges miss the mark in efforts to improve teacher quality.
New data on literacy, numeracy and problem solving skills show that U.S. millennials have fallen to the back of the pack internationally and continue to slip.
Public schools were once the engines of social and economic mobility in the U.S., but that is no longer the case. In fact, the very design of our education system is in many ways contributing to the nation's growing income inequality.