Megan Tompkins-Stange opens up on her five years conducting confidential interviews with insiders at some of the foundations most involved in education reform.
K12 Education has been the most noticeably absent policy issue of Election 2016; last night, Marco Rubio broke the silent spell and shared his plan for school reform.
Where are the education questions? Do people not see the problems or the inherent inequality? Jessicah Lahitou explores why not.
Dr. Kwame Brown explains why violent crime is significantly less likely when we give children proper care, resources, food and guidance.
If our assumption is that education is supposed to benefit children, then Scott Walker is wrong. But maybe he’s working under different assumptions.
The 21st century won’t require traditional teachers or common classrooms.
Rahm Emanuel’s reelection as Mayor of Chicago shows the limits of much of modern progressive politics.
Administrators, teachers, parents, and kids
We say the words, but do we really understand the meaning?
Should a college degree be a necessary prerequisite to being president, or is a degree unnecessary?
Philly’s next mayor should travel to Finland to observe excellence in education.
A mother observes injustice in the schools and issues a call to action for parents.
Challenges police departments face can be mitigated through meaningful education reform.
Matthew Rozsa wonders if the American education system is producing good citizens.
What is missing in the equation for classifying a child?
Can President Obama break the school-to-prison pipeline? Paul Thomas investigates.