EdNext Podcast: Mapping Out a Return to Schools – by Education Next

A visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, John Bailey, joins Education Next Editor-in-chief Marty West…

This Teacher Appreciation Week Comes With a Bittersweet Gift for Educators

I teach and I write. These are my passions.   So you can imagine my bewilderment when…

Harvard Law Professor’s Attack on Homeschooling Is a Flawed Failure. And Terribly Timed, Too. – by Patrick J. Wolf

The May-June issue of  Harvard Magazine carries an article, “The Risks of Homeschooling,” promoting the argument…

Better School Counselors, Better Outcomes – by Christine Mulhern

Teenagers are not known for their coolheaded decision-making, yet they face hundreds of choices with significant…

The Education Exchange: “Some School Districts Are Talking about not Reopening until Next January” – by Education Next

The director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, Robin Lake, joins Paul E. Peterson to…

“Preparing for a second wave of shutdowns in the fall” – by Frederick Hess

Dan Ayoub Dan Ayoub, general manager of education at Microsoft, works on mixed reality, artificial intelligence,…

I Learned How to Fight for My Child When He Couldn’t Read. Now I Help Other Parents Do the Same.

Advocating for your own kid, or teaching other people—doctors, dentists, teachers, etc.—about your kid, is something…

The Case for Keeping Students With the Same Teacher Next Year

The months after spring break are usually the time when teachers in every school across America…

Lessons from the Renaissance – by Ian Lindquist

Virtue Politics: Soulcraft and Statecraft in Renaissance Italy by James Hankins Harvard University Press, 2019,$45; 768…

Episode 39: The Impact of COVID-19 on Latino Families (ft. Lorena Lopera)

In this episode, you’ll hear from Lorena Lopera about why Latino communities are among the hardest…