What are the "sleeper provisions" of ESSA that might encourage the further expansion of parental choice, at least if advocates seize the opportunity? Jordan Posamentier responds to Fordham's 2016 Wonk-a-Thon question.
Christine Campbell introduces the school leadership policy toolkit, a collaboration between CRPE and the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, that helps states and human-capital advocates build an effective strategy for developing and retaining strong school leaders.
As Congress reauthorizes ESEA, states will play a paramount role in education. Drawing on lessons from the new volume of The SEA of the Future, Ashley Jochim and Betheny Gross offer suggestions on how SEAs could strategically develop evidence-based education policy.
Guest bloggers Scott Pearson and Naomi Rubin DeVeaux discuss the D.C. Public Charter School Board's use of accountability frameworks to drive student improvement and help families make informed choices.