America is in a global race for the future, and it’s falling behind. It’s a race to educate, train, attract, and invest in employees who are able to compete and grow in the 21st century.
In the ongoing campaign for education reform, charter schools are widely recognized as a promising avenue for improved student outcomes.
Over the last two years, TNTP (formally The New Teacher Project) has trained, evaluated, and certified teachers.
This Friday, April 26 marks the thirty year anniversary of the landmark report, A Nation at Risk: The Imperative for Educational Reform.
The business community has a lot of interest in how the nation’s education system is performing. After all, companies are the eventual consumer of the education system. So, does business believe our education system is living up to its potential? No.
The New York Times’ Thomas Friedman recently interviewed Harvard education specialist, Tony Wagner about adapting our education system to align with workforce n
As our political leaders take stock of where we stand in 2013—both as individual states and as a nation—we are hearing a consistent message: jobs, our economy and education are inextricably linked.