Paul Hill and Ashley Jochim discuss ideas from their new paper, The Power of Persuasion: A Model of Effective Political Leadership by State Chiefs.
Hill and Heyward caution that the shorter school week isn't saving rural schools money, and it's risky for students.
States diverge considerably in their philosophy about the relationship between school districts and charter schools, and the difference seems to matter to local collaboration efforts.
Robin Lake considers the reasons, and possible solutions, for the recent decline in charter growth.
As the school choice debate becomes more polarized, Robin Lake urges education leaders to double down on working across sector lines.
Paul Hill looks for potential areas of agreement with the new education secretary.
The payoff of well-chosen cooperation is worth the effort for districts, charters, and families, writes Robin Lake.
Paul Hill urges rural schools to better prepare students for the constantly evolving mainstream economy.
Robin Lake rings in the new year with some ideas for making progress on education reform.
Animosity between school districts and charter schools has been the norm since the nation’s first public charter school opened in 1992.
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Hill and Jochim offer ideas and examples for how state chiefs can best use their powers to effectively lead the improvement of schools and districts.
New analysis finds that state chiefs need to use their powers strategically, to build coalitions and lead others to act urgently to improve outcomes for students.
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