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These Urban Experiments Prove Charles Murray Is Wrong About Race Science
The achievement gap between black and white children can be closed with the right environment.
Obama’s Education Legacy Has Been Forgotten. Now He Has to Save It.
The least-known reform of the Obama era is at risk.
Charters Didn’t Cause Segregation. They’re a Solution for its Victims.
Don’t wait for residential segregation to disappear before helping urban students.
Charter Schools Are Losing the Narrative But Winning the Data
The New York
concludes that America’s worst charter system is … actually not that bad.
Here’s How to Tell That Trump’s Budget Doesn’t Care at All About Poor People
Forget what Trump does to programs liberals think help poor people. Look at what he does to programs
thinks help poor people.
Will Trump Give Education Reform the Kiss of Death?
Run away, Eva Moskowitz.
Writer Doesn’t Understand Charter Schools, Is Sure They’re Up to No Good
Poor kids can take pride in the sacrifice they have made for the cause of sticking it to The Man.
Education Reform Works in Massachusetts. Will Voters Care?
It’s one of the most important tests of social justice and economic mobility of any election in America this fall.
Teachers Still Haven’t Forgiven Michelle Rhee
want to know the education bogeywoman actually helped students?
Obama Wants to Give Poor Schools More Money. Guess Who’s Blocking Him.
Republicans and teachers unions, working together.
Education Reform Is Not That Popular, But It’s Still Working
An important study in Washington, D.C., public schools.
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How New Orleans Proved Urban-Education Reform Can Work
A decade after Katrina, a breakthrough triumph of social policy.
Will Hillary Clinton Continue Education Reform?
It’s the biggest mystery of her platform, and she isn’t saying.
How Campbell Brown Became a Hate Figure
Thoughts on a great profile.
Why Do Teacher Unions Hate Eva Moskowitz?
There may be an obvious reason we’re overlooking.
Ravitch: Campbell Brown Too Pretty to Be Smart
An edifying turn in the education-reform debate.
Story on Charter Schools Insanely Hostile
An exposé of a deviously successful plot to help poor children learn.
SAT Returning to Classic 1600-Point Format in Second-Ever Redesign
No more essays, but lots of Twitter jokes.
Public Education’s Weird Ideological Divide
How did Diane Ravitch’s reactionary nostalgia become “liberal,” again?
Teachers Cheating on Tests: Not a Big Deal
People cheat at stuff sometimes when they’re trying to get ahead. The solution isn’t to not encourage them to get ahead.
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You Get the Teachers You Pay For
Pay teachers badly and you’ll get a lot of bad teachers.
Michelle Rhee: Fine, Investigate Sketchy Test Results From My Tenure
See if she cares.
Obama Shifts Gears to Education Reform
Obama will share his policy wish list with lawmakers on Monday.