Former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan in his new memoir says he does not have any regrets over the Race to the Top program pushing Common Core.
“People’s views on education policy are quite malleable.” That was the conclusion of a study that Stephen Sawchuk wrote about at Education Week where apparently they “discovered” the impact of push polling.
Leave it to Education Week to spin social-emotional learning into the government shutdown story to say that even U.S. Senators can benefit from it.
Career and Tech Education (CTE) is another top-down education reform policymakers have pushed whose results do not match the hype.
Betsy DeVos has fully embraced the power ESSA gave her to approve state accountability plans and has no trouble with exerting federal control.
Chester Finn believes that the worldview and faux psychology behind the self-esteem movement of the past are alive and well with social-emotional learning.
In the 17 state accountability plans submitted to the U.S. Department of Education few highlight the Common Core, but not because it has disappeared.
Shane Vander Hart: The Trump Administration can give lip service to local control, or they actually can respect it and allow Alabama to proceed with a new test.
Education Week reports that Preisdent-elect Donald Trump is slated to meet with Michelle Rhee as his search for an Education Secretary continues.
Who will President-Elect Donald Trump appoint as his Secretary for Education? Shane Vander Hart looks at the speculated short list.