It's Thanksgiving week. During this week, in an RHSU tradition, I'm sharing a favorite essay I penned years ago for Richard Elmore's book I Used to Think...And Now I Think. Here's Part 1.
Thomas Stewart and Patrick Wolf's new book provides a terrific framework for thinking about school choice, using their evaluations of the DC OSP.
I've been talking about "cage-busting" for several years now, and here's an example of it outside of education.
Yesterday, Newark superintendent Cami Anderson came to speak at AEI, but her talk had to be relocated due to protesters.
Yong Zhao's new book argues that China's PISA scores aren't that miraculous after all. I agree with much, but not all, of what he says.
There is a better path for ed reformers than "blowing up" schools of education.
We've got an opening for a new research assistant to join the AEI edu-team.
Here are my initial reactions to the results of the midterm elections for education policy.
United Students Against Sweatshops has taken cheap shots at Teach for America--and, for reasons that escape me, have gained attention for it.
Two recent studies found positive effects of programs that former NYC schools chancellor Joel Klein championed, demonstrating that we shouldn't rush to judgment about leaders and programs.