What do you think about Quality Counts 2008? Do you agree with how we graded?
Do you think the presidential candidates are focused enough on education in this race? If not, what should the candidates be talking about when it comes to public schools?
What changes would you make to the No Child Left Behind Act's accountability demands?
How can the What Works Clearinghouse provide practioners with more useful information about education research?
Should the reauthorized NCLB Act include a provision on school leadership? If so, what are the best ways to find, train, and support successful school leaders?
Does the NCLB law have too many loopholes? If so, can they be closed without sacrificing fairness?
What do teachers need in order to teach history effectively while meeting accountability standards?
Should students be given the chance to cash in on their AP scores?
Does character education need to be improved and if so, how?
What school choices should families have? Would vouchers harm public schools?
What advice would you give Congress as it prepares to reauthorize the No Child Left Behind Act?
Should teachers' and schools' performance evaluations be adjusted for risk factors they can't control?
Should school time be expanded to accommodate new demands? And if so, How?
Does the type of school influence a low-income student's chance for success in the long run? How much do parents matter?
Do religious charter schools cross a boundary between church and state?
Is too little thought being given to science instruction in elementary school?
Is the "military way" of education and training a promising strategy for teaching underachieving youths?
What can be done at the federal level to help high-achieving students from working families reach their potential?
Should school boards be restructured or abolished? Or are they essentially fine they way they are?
How should federal law promote teacher quality?