Sarah Yatsko takes issue with recent talking points about school discipline, and offers evidence to inform a better conversation.
Sarah Yatsko recently talked with two superintendents about an under-the-radar trend in district hiring practices: filling high-level central office positions with leaders from the charter sector.
Linda Darling-Hammond and Paul Hill find common ground on educational accountability, and urge congress to do the same. This blog was originally published on The Hill's Congress blog.
A candid discussion between three prominent education reform leaders on what they see as problems within the movement, and what needs to change to sustain it.
The "i" word is overused and misunderstood: Steven Hodas explains why we should instead be focusing on “dynamism,” a pragmatic approach to engaging with problems.
Listen to a speech on community engagement given at the Portfolio Network meeting last January by Raymond A. Jetson, pastor at Star Hill Church in Baton Rouge and president and CEO of MetroMorphosis.
Robin Lake discusses the current failures of Detroit's public school system, and why she's optimistic for its renewal.
Robin Lake wraps up our blog series on accountability with a look at where we go from here.
Robin Lake reviews a new report from the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.
With many schools needing urgent attention, we must prioritize hiring and supporting principals who will make dramatic changes that motivate teachers and lead strong improvement efforts, writes Christine Campbell.
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A groundbreaking new report that measures the health of school systems through a citywide lens.
Paul Hill and Tricia Maas call for support of a new initiative to develop innovative high school models and discuss how it could be successful.
The long game can’t just be about circumventing a broken system, writes Robin Lake. The real payoff is getting localities to adopt serious reform strategies.
Some bright spots, possible lessons amid flat performance and staggering inequities in 50 cities.
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