Choosing the right college can be harder than ever. “Choosing College: How to Make Better Learning Decisions Throughout Your Life” (Jossey-Bass, 2019) by Michael B. Horn and Bob Moesta takes a consumer-centric approach to understand how students navigate their higher education decisions.
Research by University of Arkansas professor Jay Greene suggests that it may be worth reconsidering the value of the humble field trip.
SEL advocates need to be aware that the process is vulnerable to manipulation by those seeking to carry out their own agendas. AEI’s Frederick Hess explains in 60 seconds.
If a government elects to pay for a greater share of each student’s college education, something else usually has to give.
Rick Hess shares some thoughts about SEL ahead of his remarks at the 2019 Social and Emotional Learning Exchange.
That depends on the metrics being measured. Different nations do different things well, and pursuing one goal often comes at the expense of another. Jason Delisle and Preston Cooper joined the show to discuss these trade-offs.
College administrators are notably more ideologically diverse in the South and they are less likely to support the growth of social justice principles which are progressive and not neutral in today’s climate.
Are charter schools in danger of a teacher union takeover? AEI’s Frederick M. Hess explains.
In P-TECH schools, students earn a high school diploma and an associate’s degree tied to the needs of local industry partners that provide workplace experiences.
It is rare for a country to design a higher education system that combines high attainment and well-resourced schools with high government subsidies.
The Department deserves credit for prioritizing Opportunity Zones as a way of ensuring that grant dollars reach the communities that need them most, and where they will have the biggest impact on children’s lives.