Paul Hill is quoted in The New York Times about the search for a new chancellor of the New York City school system.
Betheny Gross and Paul Hill discuss the challenges and opportunities for state-level experimentation created by the Every Student Succeeds Act, in the Harvard Law and Policy Review.
This paper reviews trends around changing student populations in suburban America and the accompanying demands facing suburban public school systems.
Paul Hill and Ashley Jochim profile portfolio strategy efforts in five cities and offer lessons for leaders to sustain long-term education reform amid political opposition.
Paul Hill and Tricia Maas explore the charter high school "backfill" issue, using interviews with charter sector leaders to understand competing perspectives and practices that support transfer students.
This report was published by the Rural Opportunities Consortium of Idaho as part of their research on the four-day school week in rural Idaho.
Paul Hill and Robin Lake write in Education Next that the charter school movement requires a new political strategy to continue to grow.
Paul Hill highlights Unlocking Potential: How Political Skill Can Maximize Superintendent Effectiveness in a blog for the School Superintendent Association.
Do Americans today understand what it takes to keep a democracy? Take a self quiz, and see how famous Americans might have scored.
Paul Hill is quoted in this Chalkbeat piece on his development of the portfolio model for public schools.
Paul Hill responds to a commentary by Diane Ravitch and Carol Burris on school choice, charter schools, and the portfolio strategy.
The departing Camden superintendent reflects on five years of progress and the challenges that remain.
It will take system-level changes for students to fully exploit learning opportunities, writes Paul Hill.
Robin Lake and Paul Hill look at the effect of charter schools on district finances and suggest solutions to build a healthy public school choice system.
Paul Hill reviews a new book and is reminded of how tribally divided the policy research field has become.