The profile of today’s college-going population looks much different than it did decades ago.
To improve America’s schools we need to first work on the people issues: teaching, leadership and governance.
School choice is about pairing students with schools that work best for them.
There is an extraordinary opportunity for federal policymakers to encourage states to take action.
In increasingly compartmentalized school structures close relationships between individual students and teachers become more difficult to establish and maintain.
Students of any age are able to learn, at any time and from anywhere.
Will there be a reauthorization of the Higher Education Act and when?
Fewer legislators are focused on higher education.
Congress should not let those opportunities slip away over the next two years.
Nearly half of America’s public schools are overenrolled and do not have the resources to provide quality education for their students.