We are delighted to announce the publication of Deputy Director Ashley Berner’s new book: No One Way to School: Pluralism and American Public Education.
A new web-based tool will offer far greater ease and clarity for state and district leaders seeking to set learning goals and measure progress under the sweeping Every Student Succeeds Act. The tool, called the Student Growth Simulator, was developed by Chiefs for Change, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy, and Tembo, an…
American policymakers seldom view the curriculum as a serious lever for change. This is unfortunate, since national and international research finds that a challenging curriculum contributes to student learning and narrows the achievement gaps between advantaged and disadvantaged students. I examine the research record in depth in Pluralism and American Public Education: No One Way to School (released next week by Palgrave MacMillan), but here are a few examples.
David Steiner speaks as part of a keynote panel highlighting the effects from the Coleman Report and challenges in education today at Purdue University’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Coleman Report.