Mark Zuckerberg and others continue to tout the potential of personalized learning, pointing to decades-old research that’s been practically impossible to duplicate.
A new poll shows Americans are more likely to disapprove of “vouchers” than of similar school-choice programs with other names.
A decline in job protections isn’t pushing teachers out of all schools, a study suggests—just those schools that are already struggling.
Many educators who succeed at raising test scores also fail at keeping students fulfilled, new research suggests.
States are planning to use chronic absenteeism to assess performance, but some wonder if incentives will lead administrators to manipulate the data.
A recent study says student achievement could be suffering from policies that limit the pool of educators on both sides of the border.
A new study shows that rigorous accountability systems may be pushing schools to place the lowest-performing teachers in the youngest grades.
Some legal scholars say Trinity Lutheran v. Comer could forge a path toward more charter schools overseen by religious groups.
A new study from Louisiana shows test-score improvement among voucher recipients.
Despite evidence of negative student-learning outcomes, Betsy DeVos appears to think so.
A new study shows that students who complete the programs have better short-term employment outcomes but struggle to pivot as industries evolve.
Recent studies show vouchers fail to improve some student outcomes, but that hasn’t deterred advocates of the approach.
New research shows students who start their day with a little Vitamin D perform better on assessments.
A new study shows that the competition to get into selective-enrollment schools may not be worth it.
Three of the five largest school districts hire more security officers than counselors.
The people who would benefit most from a cheaper, shorter degree have the least power to fight for it.