By: Lillian Pace. We strongly encourage the incoming Administration to prioritize the following ideas in its education agenda as it considers a strategy for transforming the nation’s K-12 and higher education systems.
By: Rosie Clayton. With questions around the design and function of intermediaries and system catalysts in U.S. educational change, I met up with five organizations which play both distinctive and overlapping roles within the system to learn more.
By: Rhonda Broussard. Are we preparing every student for the world they are entering, or are we investing in a factory model of education designed as an assembly line? The old model of education is under question, and we have some hard decisions to make.
By: Karla Phillips. Our new publication "Policy, Pilots and the Path to Competency-Based Education: A Tale of Three States" shares the stories of three states taking different paths to achieve the same goal of creating state CBE pilot programs.
By: Barbara Chow. Paul Tough’s excellent book “Helping Children Succeed" sparks an important conversation about doing so to scale, a more realistic possibility now that ESSA has restored a degree of agency to state education systems.
In 2013, not a single Liberian student passed the university entrance exam. As the first partner of the Partnership Schools for Liberia initiative, here is how Bridge International Academies is helping the country address its education crisis.
Our latest podcast features Virginia Edwards, Education Week's chief editor and president of Editorial Products in Education (EPE), discussing what she witnessed in education transformation over the three decade span of her career.