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August 18, 2015

Will Public Education Survive?

Some of us are not built to be self-promoters or leaders of movements but these are essential for educational leaders now.

June 23, 2015

Seven Dictates for Schools That Accept Public Funding

A school has a public responsibility whenever it accepts public funding. Here are seven dictates that should apply to such publicly funded schools.

February 19, 2015

Putting More Human Judgment Into Student Assessment

Deborah Meier and Joe Nathan discuss the role of performance and human judgment in school assessment systems. Do state driver's license exams offer lessons for schools?

January 27, 2015

Lessons From Boston: Rethinking Charter Schools

Meier: How can we redesign the "charter idea" as the future of education itself? We can start with expanding school autonomy.

November 06, 2014

The 'Public' Character of Public Schools

Casey: The imposition of a business model and "market discipline" on public education, with the use of high-stakes standardized exams as a "bottom line," has done serious damage.

October 28, 2014

Poverty and Achievement

In order to meet the challenge of having all students leave schools college and career ready, the poverty achievement gap must be addressed.

October 13, 2014

Public Versus Entrepreneurial Education: Who Will Win Out?

Imagine a country without public schools - one where schools were run as any other business, with no contributions from tax dollars? What if there were total free markets in education in the United States? Education would become a product for sale, just like any other product on the U.S. market.

January 24, 2014

National School Choice Week Aims to Spread Awareness

This Sunday marks the kickoff of the fourth annual National School Choice Week, which promotes school choice options through a variety of colorful events.

August 29, 2013

What is the Goal of the American Education System?

It's basically impossible to make any sensible change regarding education policy and reform without first asking: What are we trying to achieve with our public education system? So I asked some experts what their thoughts are on the matter.

June 06, 2013

(Extra)Ordinary People

Democracy rests on having respect for the judgment of ordinary people. And in the final chapter of the 10-part video series about the Mission Hill School in Boston, we're reminded that when you have faith in the capacity of ordinary people, they become capable of extraordinary things.

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