In this episode of “The Report with Nat Malkus,” Jenny Radesky and Erika Christakis join us to give families tips on how to manage media use and discuss what we know about screen time.
From teacher strikes to school safety, 2018 was an eventful year in education. In the last episode of the year, Laura Meckler, Alyson Klein, and Erik Robelen reflect with host Nat Malkus on the top education stories of 2018 and look ahead to stories we should pay attention to in 2019.
In this episode of “The Report Card with Nat Malkus,” we discuss lessons learned from the Obama Administration’s School Improvement Grants with Deven Carlson, and an effort to train school leaders to improve student outcomes with Michael Sonbert.
In this episode of “The Report Card with Nat Malkus,” Cara Stillings Candal and David Osborne examine lessons the country can learn from Massachusetts — the state with the highest-performing charters — and how the principles of autonomy and accountability can transform the entire public education system, instead of innovating around the edges with a few charter schools.
In this episode of “The Report Card with Nat Malkus” on the AEI Education Podcast, Richard Rusczyk joins to talk about his work with gifted math students and math Olympiads through the Art of Problem Solving and what he thinks is missing from math education in the United States.
In this special edition of “The Report Card,” host Nat Malkus talks to Frederick Hess, Jason Delisle, and Lanae Erickson about what the 2018 midterm election results will mean for education policy.
In this episode of “The Report Card with Nat Malkus,” Jonathan Zimmerman and Norman Ornstein join to discuss how addressing controversial topics in the classroom head-on and giving all students the opportunity to engage in competitive, civil debate can — paradoxically — help create more informed citizens and improve the nation’s political discourse.
This episode of “The Report Card with Nat Malkus” discusses how the National Assessment of Educational Progress and international tests are used and misused.
In this episode of “The Report Card with Nat Malkus,” we discuss how field trips and arts education can keep students engaged in school, improve their vocabulary, and turn them into well-rounded learners.
The third episode of The Report Card with Nat Malkus features a conversation about what a new law will do to bring career and technical education (CTE) opportunities to more students.