Summer “Vacation Academies” Can Narrow Coronavirus Learning Gaps – by Beth Schueler

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker visits Forest Park Middle School, which uses vacation-academy instruction as part of…

Schools Must Prepare Now to Address Student and Teacher Trauma

My students and I are entering our tenth week of remote learning, all of us isolated…

I Got a Call From Betsy DeVos. Here’s What I Wish She Had Said.

Every year, I look forward to the first week of May, Teacher Appreciation Week. The week…

EdNext Podcast: The Grade-Level Expectations Trap and the Post-Coronavirus Reopening – by Education Next

The co-founder and chief executive officer at New Classrooms, Joel Rose, joins Education Next Editor-in-chief Marty…

Should State Universities Downplay the SAT? – by Jack Buckley

Many private colleges and some public institutions no longer require prospective students to submit their scores…

Standardized Tests Can Serve as a Neutral Yardstick – by Jack Buckley

Although many postsecondary students in the United States attend local or regional nonselective institutions, the selective-college…

Test Optional Offers Benefits but It’s Not Enough – by Dominique Baker

A growing number of colleges and universities—including state systems of higher education such as the University…

Students With Disabilities Deserve More During Distance Learning

At Alliance College-Ready Public Schools (Alliance) in Los Angeles, when we say that all scholars can…

The Education Exchange: A Federal Right to a Basic Minimum Education? – by Education Next

The co-leader of the Eversheds Sutherland Business and Commercial Litigation team, Rocco E. Testani, joins Paul…

I See Humanity in ‘Full Bloom’ in My COVID-19 Classroom

I used to leave my phone at the front of the classroom in case of emergencies…