Examples of how (a few) states are using newfound education policy flexibility to improve how they serve English learners. Advertisements
The Bard’s take on our newly toxic politics of education
The Party of Trump is poised to eliminate key civil rights protections for underserved kids.
On why K–12 education won’t matter for the 2016 election.
Year-end thoughts as part of TNTP’s “Favorite Thinkers” series.
New papers out on how schools in San Antonio (TX), Washington (DC), and Portland’s (OR) David Douglas School District are improving how they serve dual language learners. Companion column at The 74 Million on how No Child Left Behind showed up in our research. Companion column at the Education Post on how it’s time to start scaling good … Continue reading
Can’t solve a public policy problem without defining it first…and you can’t define a problem unless you have good data.
Is there any reason we should expect states and districts to hold themselves accountable for supporting underserved American students?
On why we can’t trust states when it comes to educational equity.
New TPM Column: “Bizarro World: I Heart Standardized Tests…And Republicans Don’t?”