Diane Ravitch’s Blog: Michael Fullan: The Right Drivers for School Success in the 21st Century

Diane Ravitch’s Blog: Michael Fullan: The Right Drivers for School Success in the 21st Century Michael Fullan has written an excellent analysis of the best way to redesign school systems after the pandemic. This... Read more »

Yong Zhao: New Article: The Changes We Need: Education Post COVID-19

Yong Zhao: New Article: The Changes We Need: Education Post COVID-19 Just published in Journal of Educational Change: The changes we need: Education post COVID-19 Yong Zhao and Jim Watterston Accepted: 28 January... Read more »

School Finance 101: A Few Thoughts on School Funding and Pandemic Relief

School Finance 101: A Few Thoughts on School Funding and Pandemic Relief I keep getting asked the same questions regarding my thoughts on the current stimulus proposals for schools. So here’s a... Read more »

Sherman Dorn: What Ed Policy Wonks Might Want to Know About the CDC School Advice, February 2021

Sherman Dorn: What Ed Policy Wonks Might Want to Know About the CDC School Advice, February 2021 Three and a half weeks into the new administration, the director of the Centers for... Read more »

Ed Politics: We Need a Democratic Approach to Reimagining Schools—Asking People, Not Billionaires and Ideologues, What They Want

Ed Politics: We Need a Democratic Approach to Reimagining Schools—Asking People, Not Billionaires and Ideologues, What They Want As soon as Anna Grant’s busy workday at Forest View Elementary School in Durham,... Read more »

Ed in the Apple: Can President Biden Reduce Childhood Poverty?

Ed in the Apple: Can President Biden Reduce Childhood Poverty? Last summer the presidential campaign was in full swing and while were sheltering in place; candidate Biden released his education policy platform,... Read more »

Janresseger: Steve Nelson Believes America’s Obsession with School Policy Based on Standardized Tests Is All Wrong

Janresseger: Steve Nelson Believes America’s Obsession with School Policy Based on Standardized Tests Is All Wrong Steve Nelson is the former Head of School at the private, progressive Calhoun School in Manhattan,... Read more »

Stories from School AZ: Platforms Vs. Foundations. Pre- and Post- Pandemic Metaphors

Stories from School AZ: Platforms Vs. Foundations. Pre- and Post- Pandemic Metaphors Lately I have been considering the term “learning platform.” If you are a teacher, you have likely been expected to... Read more »

Jersey Jazzman: The Fiscal Impact of Charter Schools on School Districts: Thoughts on My New Report

Jersey Jazzman: The Fiscal Impact of Charter Schools on School Districts: Thoughts on My New Report If you follow me on Twitter, you probably noticed a few comments about a new report... Read more »

Answer Sheet: The Deeply Distorted Debate About Reopening Schools

Answer Sheet: The Deeply Distorted Debate About Reopening Schools For nearly a year, the Trump administration was accused of ignoring science by trying to bully schools into reopening during the coronavirus pandemic without requiring... Read more »