As National School Choice Week comes to a close, Christine Campbell reflects on the Portfolio Network meeting in Memphis on school choice and the fact that school choice can mean different things to different people.
Steven Hodas highlights how districts use regulations to keep the status quo in place, sometimes to bizarre extremes.
Make it less intrusive and more meaningful, but don't get rid of annual testing, writes Betheny Gross.
Steve Hodas describes how NYCDOE's procurement policies undermine educator initiative and its own best interest to get high-quality people and products.
Paul Hill reviews Joel Klein's new book, Lessons of Hope: How to Fix Our Schools.
A clash of work cultures in the NYCDOE was at the heart of challenges under Joel Klein's tenure, writes Steven Hodas.
Steven Hodas illuminates the reasons behind inBloom's failure, and what innovation really means.
Robin Lake highlights 2014 CRPE accomplishments, and looks forward to 2015 goals.
Robin Lake and Steven Hodas team up to highlight the challenges innovative school chiefs face when trying to reform outdated procurement practices.
New York City is using game theory to improve matching students with public schools. But for parents, choosing schools is as difficult as ever, writes Steven Hodas.
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