Category Archives: Education

The Long Path to ESSA

By Frederick Hess and Max Eden An excerpt from The Every Student Succeeds Act: What … Continue reading

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Making ESSA Work in the States

By Frederick Hess  It may not be as sexy as the debates over vouchers, Detroit … Continue reading

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Growing the Middle Class with Modern, Adaptable Skills

by Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón Access to higher education and a curriculum that prepares students … Continue reading

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Making Evidence Locally

By Thomas J. Kane The new federal education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), … Continue reading

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K-12: Preparing Students for College and Beyond

by Anne Wicks Humphre The knowledge economy requires a college degree — forcing high schools … Continue reading

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Supporting Working Parents thru Growing the Middle Class

by Abby McCloskey As the nature of family and work has evolved in the United … Continue reading

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Breaking Down School Budgets

By Marguerite Roza How much does it cost to provide a high school math course? … Continue reading

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How the U.S. Department of Education Can Foster Education Reform in the Era of Trump and ESSA

By Brian A. Jacob The current administration has vowed to leave education matters up to … Continue reading

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DeVos Set to Take Over Education System Where Test Scores Have Stalled

By Tawnell D. Hobbs, WSJ If confirmed as education secretary by the U.S. Senate, Betsy … Continue reading

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How Family Background Influences Student Achievement

By Anna J. Egalite This article is part of a new Education Next series commemorating … Continue reading

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