This is the third in a series on doing educational equity right. See the introductory post and part two on school finance. If school funding is the issue around which it’s easiest to find common ground across left and right, school discipline might be the hardest. That shouldn’t be surprising, given how […]

Gov. Ned Lamont and his fellow Democrats in the legislature’s majority appear headed for a battle over education in the next state budget. The $26.1 billion plan the governor proposed Wednesday for the upcoming fiscal year trims funding for public colleges and universities. And while a major initiative to expand […]

We are excited to invite you to Reimagine Education, a worldwide digital event from Microsoft Education taking place Wednesday, March 6, 2024, at 9:00 AM PT (UTC-8) and 6:00 PM PT (UTC-8).   During the event, hear stories from innovative schools around the world. Also hear from Microsoft leaders, including […]

Math scores of K-12 students in the U.S. plummeted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hopes that these scores would rebound among teenagers after the pandemic have proven vain. In 2023, U.S. News & World Report reported that math scores among teenagers are the worst they’ve been since the 1970s. The New […]

Artificial intelligence (AI) is blazing a new trail this year in education as schools take concrete steps to incorporate the technology into their teaching, replacing the panic and confusion educators previously faced. Arizona State University (ASU) is leading the charge in higher education, announcing a partnership with OpenAI, the creator of […]