These days, Democrats are all about education reform. The teachers union needs to get with the program.
Money alone has yet to solve our chronic educational inequalities. Why believe it will this time?
Between extreme and incremental, there is a way to help poor students in troubled schools.
LIFO, or quality-blind layoffs, don't help teachers, they hurt our kids.
Our problem in New Jersey is not the lack of a merit system. Our problem is how we’ve chosen to measure merit.
Free market competition is the best way to ensure that kids have real school choices.
It's time to match school reform efforts to the districts that truly need help.
Relying on the kindness of wealthy districts isn’t going to help students from poor districts get a better education, but cash would.
New Jersey can attain the advantages of RTTT, one failing school district at a time.
Examining the parallels between education of children of color and education of children with disabilities.