Good news for everyone freaked about a Trump school choice bill or tax credit plan – or much of Trump’s agenda for that matter. This Comey firing makes meaningful legislation more unlikely. I suspect the results of an anonymous poll of education sector special interests asking if they preferred constitutional crisis to vouchers might be horrifying.
Powerful from Hanseul Kang on immigration status and schools. Ken Wagner’s state of the state of education speech in Rhode Island. Somewhat different notes that what you hear in some of the hype about Rhode Island. Tough fiscal times in Puerto Rico.
Mike Petrilli pushes back on Rick Hess.
Google – Apple – and Amazon battling for the school market.
Joe Nathan, an important voice in the charter sector since it’s earliest days, pushes back on tests in charter school evaluations and calls for accountability innovation.
If only editorial boards voted we wouldn’t be having a debate about LIFO.
Interesting early look at instructor effectiveness in higher education. Conor Friedersdorf on social media and campus life. Ohio town thinking about creating scholarships for first-gen students.