Imagining the ideal school system
In the final installment of our series, a panel of education experts describes what evaluation and accountability look like in the perfect world.
Sorting kids by age or ability creates problems, according to our panel of education experts.
The seats, space, and stuff that idyllic learning environments are made of
In a perfect world, education experts would shrink class sizes and children would learn from multiple teachers.
Education experts offer their thoughts on how—if at all—schools should assign, grade, and use take-home assignments.
Education experts weigh in on the content areas children should have mastery over by the time they graduate.
We asked education experts how much time they think kids should spend in class. Here's what they had to say.