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New Report Shows Charter Schools Less Likely to Be Unionized Than They Were 6 Years Ago; Majority of Those Schools Located in 4 States
This Week’s ESSA News: Why Some Governors Oppose Their Own States’ ESSA Plans, How to Better Communicate Key Policy Issues and More
Innovation Road Trip: In Tiny, Impoverished Louisiana Town, School Is ‘A Home-Like Environment You Want to Be a Part of’
Weisberg & Campbell: 3 Ways Charter Schools Can Make Sure They Recruit, Hire, and Retain the Teachers They Need
Denver Backs Down on Huge Gains for Schools After Community Cries Foul Over ‘Inflated’ Report Cards
Lamar Alexander’s White Whale: Will 2018 Be the Year the Education Veteran Finally Gets His Chance to Rewrite the Higher Ed Act?
Analysis of Personalized Learning Programs in Chicago Shows That Strong Teacher Leaders, Not Technology, Key for Financial Sustainability
Brookings: New Revelations About Teacher Vacancies — and Which Students Go to Those Schools
74 Interview: Sal Khan on Personalized Learning, a Global Diploma, and How He’d Spend $100 million
Want to Make Gifted Education More Equitable? First, Be Aware of the Political Winds That Drove (and Derailed) Innovative Policies in These States
By the Numbers: President Trump’s 10 Biggest Proposed Cuts to U.S. Education, Ranked
Philadelphia Principal Promises Students $100 Each If They Finish the Year Without a Fight
Union Report: Why the NEA’s ‘Congressional Report Card’ Says Less About Congress Than It Does About the State of Democratic Party Politics
Analysis: Yes, Teacher Turnover Can Be a Problem. But New Federal Data Show It’s Far From a National Crisis
Parents Want to Know: Are All Those New ‘STEM Boxes’ Worth a Subscription? 3 Grade-Schoolers Put the Kits to the Test
Innovation Road Trip: At California’s Bryant School, a Simple Strategy for Making Tough Concepts Easy for Students
Survey: 1 in 3 Community College Students Reports Inadequate Advising on Academic Plans; 60 Percent Report Lack of Information About Job Opportunities
Khan: Too Many Poor, Minority Kids Attend Low-Performing Schools. That Doesn’t Mean Their Parents Don’t Care About Their Education
Analysis: New Study Finds Huge Student Learning Gains in Schools Where Teachers Mentor Their Colleagues as Multi-Classroom Leaders
74 Interview: Joel Rose on Personalized Learning’s ‘Overdue Transition,’ Building Better Tests — and Meeting Kids Where They Are
A New Push for Play-Based Learning: Why Districts Say It’s Leading to More Engaged Students, Collaborative Classmates … and Better Grades
Analysis: Minnesota Cheers a Booming Graduation Rate — Even as Fewer of Those Grads Can Read or Do Math at a High School Level
In Iowa, All High School Graduates Might First Have to Take a Citizenship Test. Can You Answer These 15 Questions?
Allovue: How a New Software Platform Is Helping Schools Follow Their Money — and Make Sure It’s Working for Every Student
Reinventing America’s Schools: Ahmed Young, Indianapolis Mayor’s Office of Education Innovation
WATCH: 3 Ways the Every Student Succeeds Act Looks to Get Families More Engaged in Schools
Video: Superintendent Christopher Cerf Talks About the Future of Education Reform in Newark
Good Neighbors: Traditional Public Schools See Higher Test Scores When a Charter School Opens Nearby
Tackling the Opioid Epidemic: Senate Hearing Touts 3 Ways Education Can Play a Role, From Better Drug Prevention to Discipline Reform
As Puerto Rico’s Governor Embraces Major School Reform Agenda, New Orleans Offers Inspiration, Caution
At Least 6 People Killed, 20 Injured by Guns at American Schools in January
Commentary: From Mississippi to New York, Here’s How State Education Chiefs Are Using ESSA to Best Serve Their Unique Students
New Analysis Shows Milwaukee’s Religious Schools Now Overwhelmingly Enroll Voucher Students
As Union Membership Drops Among Teachers, Will Weaker States Survive Janus?
After Super Bowl LII, These Minnesota Athletes Return to a High School Where 90% of Students Are Graded ‘Falling Behind’
Commentary: States May Not Make Huge Changes Under ESSA. But What Will They Do to Promote Equity and Opportunity for Poor and Minority Students?
When Scandals Undercut America’s Soaring — and Suspicious — High School Graduation Rate
In the Shadow of New Jersey’s State Capital, Trenton’s Forgotten Schools Struggle to Get Better on Their Own