The popular narrative tells us that the education system in the U.S. is broken. Education technology promises to fix it. We need more tablets, better broadband, big data, and game-based learning. But may
In focusing on higher education's systems, says David Watson, are we overlooking whether (and how) it works on its students? Higher education is a noble and longstanding enterprise. And yet, curiously,
A groundbreaking study of New York schools by a MacArthur "genius" challenges the typical understanding of what makes a good school In fact, schools that poured in more resources actually got worse results.
Over the past few weeks we have heard evidence that education in Britain is fundamentally flawed. We have seen our schools drop several places in the international Pisa league table, and the head of Ofsted,
Further balkanising education by bringing back grammar schools won't help working-class children It is still assumed that every working-class child who passed the 11-plus during the grammar school era