There’s no evidence that recent teacher evaluation reforms have attracted talented applicants. Instead, they seem to have dissuaded new teachers and decreased the labor supply.
Join AEI for an interactive debate between Bryan Caplan and Eric Hanushek on whether the education system is worth the time and money invested into it.
Today, I chat with American Federation for Children President John Schilling about the school choice landscape as we head into an election year.
It’s a propitious time for news coverage to be self-evidently fair-minded and trustworthy. Unfortunately, at least when it comes to education — the field we know best — that’s not been the case of late.
In this AEI Events Podcast, Gov. Jeb Bush joins AEI’s Nat Malkus for a wide-ranging discussion on the need for disruption and innovation in our education system. The landscape of school choice has changed significantly in recent decades, and there is a pressing need for a variety of educational choice options.
Join AEI for a conversation with 43rd Governor of Florida Jeb Bush and a panel of experts on education savings accounts, educational opportunity, and the future of new and innovative forms of learning in and outside American schools.
Plus Greg Ip on why chain migration is such a flashpoint, Bryan Caplan discusses “The Case Against Education,” Alan Viard on tax cuts and corporate bonuses, and a long-read on Jordan Peterson, the internet’s favorite and most controversial philosopher.
If greater CTE participation leads to the results we want — though we must first define what we want those results to be — this will serve as a prime example of how scaling back federal policy can lead to more state and local innovation.
Join AEI as Frederick M. Hess and Michael Q. McShane host a major research conference exploring the lessons learned in education policy from the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations.
The details of Every Student Succeeds Act plans may be less important than how they’re created.
In Banter’s seventh installment of the “Bridging the Dignity Divide” series, AEI Morgridge Fellow in Education Studies Andy Smarick joins the show to discuss the unique challenges and opportunities facing rural education in America.
The new AP European History Framework is not perfect, but to say it’s ‘straitjacketed by progressive dogma’ is off base.