Break Up Urban School Districts

The resistance of teachers unions to return to the classroom in urban areas, despite early signals…

Lessons Learned from Teaching during the Pandemic

Students work together outside Warren Hall at Cornell University. The effectiveness of online learning in higher…

Charter School “Push Out” Myth Is Debunked in a New Study of Newark

First Lady Michelle Obama and Newark Mayor Cory Booker sit with children at the Maple Avenue…

A More Principled Vision for Higher Learning

Let’s Be Reasonable: A Conservative Case for Liberal Education by Jonathan Marks Princeton University Press, 2021,…

The Education Exchange: Open Schools Immediately Everywhere, a Stanford Doctor Says

A Professor of Medicine at Stanford University, Jay Bhattacharya, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the…

Don’t Ban Virtual School. Improve It.

First Lady Jill Biden tours a cafeteria at the Samuel Smith Elementary School in Burlington, N.J.,…

For Minority Families, Returning to In-Person Learning Might Be More Complex than Just Re-Opening Schools

During the Covid-19 pandemic, 75 percent of school districts allowed parents to choose from some combination…

The Shrinking School Week

How much face time do students and teachers need to keep pace with expectations for learning?…

There’s Insurance for Homes or Cars—Why Not College Degrees?

For high school students, choosing a college can be both exhilarating because of the opportunities ahead…

The Education Exchange: Public-School Parents Turn to Catholic Schools

The Superintendent of the Catholic Schools Office of the Archdiocese of Boston, Thomas Carroll, joins Paul…